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A safe and eco friendly alternative to Acetone - Eco Acetone

A safe and eco friendly alternative to Acetone - Eco Acetone Eco Acetone - A safe and eco friendly substitute to Acetone

What is eco acetone?

When removing paints, lacquers or coatings; aggressive, highly volatile and environmentally harmful products are often used. These are often based on harmful substances such as acetone, methylene chloride, MEK, alcohol, ethyl acetate, thinner and toluene. Inhalation or ingestion may cause symptoms such as dizziness, drowsiness, eye irritation and respiratory tract irritation. Many of these substances are also major contributors to the occurrence of P.O.S. (psychoorganic syndrome). Due to the high vapour pressure of these volatile substances, acetone is classified as a VOC (Volatile Organic Compound).

Acetone - What is it

Acetone - What is it

Acetone - What is it

Acetone is a commonly used solvent, highly flammable and volatile. A volatile substance is a substance that evaporates quickly. Acetone is often used as an extraction agent due to its miscibility with water and oil. During extraction, some substances dissolve in a liquid and other substances do not. The method is based on the difference in solubility. In terms of smell, most users do not have pleasant associations with it.

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How To Remove Graffiti

How To Remove Graffiti How To Remove Graffiti

Removing graffiti: this is how you go about it.

What exactly is graffiti?

Graffiti is often very colourful drawings or text expressions on walls, facades or objects. Graffiti is applied in different ways, but usually with spray cans. Often applied anonymously and unsolicited to make a statement. Unfortunately, this type of graffiti can cause permanent damage to the surface. But there is also graffiti that is very desirable. Think of street advertising and street art. Graffiti is therefore more than a few tags or illegal graffiti on trains, public buildings, and traffic signs. Some graffiti painters, commissioned, have given the image of graffiti a huge push.