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Hammerite 5084920 Brush Cleaner And Thinners 1Ltr

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The simple answer is no, not anymore. It is no harder to clean than most oil-based paints. But the reputation Hammerite has for being hard to clean is not unjust, it is simply outdated. You see, Hammerite did use to be incredibly hard to get off a paintbrush, to the point where most users would simply throw the brush away or buy the expensive official cleaners. A. To thin paint for spraying with conventional spray equipment: Use 2 part of Hammerite Metal Paint to 1 part Hammerite Brush Cleaner & Thinners. This has been specially designed to be used with Hammerite Metal Paints we do not recommend the use of any other thinners with these products. We will be happy to organise an exchange for the correct goods at no extra charge to yourself, please get in touch to organise this. Faulty ItemsHammerite has a reputation for being really hard to clean off your brush after your done painting. But is this reputation justified anymore, or is it leftover from a different era when Hammerite had a much different formulation? Is Hammerite hard to clean off a paintbrush? A. Hammerite Brush Cleaner & Thinners are specially formulated to remove Hammerite from brushes. The unique formulation makes it easier to clean, using white spirit alone will not clean Hammerite paints from your brushes. Spills are nothing to worry about anymore. If you happen to have spilled some Hammerite paint on the floor or wall, use our cleaner to wipe it off. The surrounding surface will be swiftly and permanently cleaned. For reasons of hygiene and safety, personal grooming products, cosmetics or items of intimate clothing cannot be returned. Due to the unique formulation of Hammerite Paints, brushes and equipment must be cleaned with Hammerite Brush Cleaner & Thinner. As well as cleaning brushes and equipment it will remove dirt, grim, salt and loose rust from metal surfaces. It also thins Hammerite Paints for spray application, since it is the only thinner suitable for Hammerite Metal Paint. It far out performs white spirit and cellulose thinners and it allows roller application as well. Example applications cleaning:

Here we have some Hammerite on a paintbrush, lets try cleaning it with paintbrush cleaner. Brush Cleaner in a plastic tub H226 - Flammable liquid and vapourH336 May cause drowsiness or dizziness.H372 Causes damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure.H304 May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways.H411 Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects. You can use white spirit to clean Hammerite or the official thinners and cleaners, but what I have found to work best is brush cleaner.This is down to the fact that Hammerite used to be a xylene paint, so you needed xylene thinners to thin and clean it. The problem with this is xylene isn’t cheap, leading to the thinners being almost as expensive as a tin of paint. So users would often use cheap brushes with the intention of simply throwing them away when done. The Easiest Method After the paint job is done, you need to clean your brushes and other equipment with our unique Hammerite Brush Cleaner & Thinner. Use our product the right way and your brushes will be as good as new. I don’t know which surface I have Dirty surfaces need to be thoroughly cleaned before you can apply Hammerite metal paints on them. Our specially formulated cleaning product will get the job done well. I put some of the cleaners into a plastic tub ready to use. You can see the hammerite binding to the cleaner

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