Ultramar Sail Number Remover is a special cleaning agent to help easily and safely remove all types of adhesive remains, tape and sail markings from sail and tent cloth. Even thick layers of glue are easily removed. New insignias and signs can be applied after the treatment as soon as the cloth is dry.
Ultramar Sail Number Remover 200 ML Dependent upon adhesive quantity and type of cloth
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Peel the old sign off the sail cloth. If necessary, spray first with Sail Number Remover and leave for ten minutes before peeling off. Spray the adhesive remains and brush to work the product in. Let the Sail Number Remover soak for a further 15 minutes. Remove the adhesive remains with water and a brush, sponge or cloth. Repeat the treatment until all adhesive remains are gone. Rinse the cloth thoroughly with fresh water. Allow the cloth to dry before applying new insignias or signs.
Caution! Do not inhale the spray. Only use in a well ventilated location. Protect your eyes, mouth and skin. Read the instructions on the packaging before use.
ABOUT ULTRAMAR PROFESSIONAL TEXTILE CARE PRODUCTS
Since 1988 Ultramar have been established as one of Europe’s leading professional sail and tent cleaners.
Combining their own in-house experience of cleaning performance textiles with the expertise of specialist partners, Ultramar have developed a complete range of professional textile care and maintenance products for sails, boat covers, awnings, tents, kites and other outdoor fabrics. Years of hands-on experience has helped develop and establish a range of products that do exactly what they are meant to do; namely to clean and protect.
With the high performance expectations of technical fabrics in the most extreme climate conditions, Contender UK recognises the need to offer the best care systems available. Having been tested and proven in the global marine and outdoor market, Ultramar is fully endorsed and recommended by sailmakers to support the care and ensure the long-term performance of covers, sails and outdoor textiles.
Protect before it is too late! - Often we only think of cleaning and protecting textiles after they have started to leak, have turned green with algae or have become contaminated with mildew. Taking preventive measures from the beginning, combined with an ongoing care and maintenance program, will help maximise the performance and lifespan of your sails, boat covers, awnings, tents, kites and other outdoor fabrics.
We would always recommend you consult with your manufacturer to establish an appropriate care program for your specific product.