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If you've seen a moose in the wild, you might how powerful and quick they can be.


With this product, we've taken our years of field experience and turned it into the best product you'll use as a professional.  This environmentally responsible product removes paint, felt, & glue residue from metals, glass, varnished wood, factory painted metal surfaces, & much more. The citrus scent is more gentle than other citrus based products and it has many more uses when diluted with water.


Removing graffiti with this product is simple.  Open cap and squirt product on the graffiti directly, or onto a scouring pad and immediately agitate the graffiti with product.  Completely cover the graffiti and let product sit for up to 1 minute if needed.  Do not let the product dry out.  Add more and lightly scour the area as it is drying or dwelling.  Once the graffiti is liquifying/moving/dissolving, scour the area until it is all liquid.  Wipe with a clean rag and rinse the area with water.  If needed, repeat the steps util you get all of the graffiti off.


Excluding GST/HST

Gentle and strong on smooth surfaces.  Using a scouring pad, apply Vamoose to either the graffiti or pad and lightly apply it to the graffiti, covering the whole area.  Let it sit on the graffiti if needed, or lightly scub it off right away.  Using a rag, wipe off all of the product and graffiti.  This product can be used on some painted surfaces, especially factory painted surfaces.  Latex paint is soft and can become liquid as well if you try to use it on graffiti that's on a painted surface; however, depending on the graffiti matterial, it can work, but don't wait long.  We only recommend trying Vamoose on painted surfaces if you intend on repainting the surface if the graffiti doen't come off before the painted substrate starts to get removed.  Latex paint typically will become thick and start to slowly move onto the scouring pad.  If this happens before the graffiti has been removed, add water to the surface and wipe everything off.  Wait for it to dry, just like any painted surface, lightly sand and begin the painting process.