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Bird Brand EcoSpirit

A safer alternative to White Spirit and Brush Cleaner.  Blended to remove oil and xylene based paints from wet brushes, rollers and paint pads.  Non toxic, virtually odourless and safer for the user and environment.

EcoSpirit also contains a conditioning agent leaving brushes soft and supple after use. Bird Brand EcoSpirit can also clean wet paint from textiles, tiles and glass etc. Virtually any hard or soft surfaces.  EcoSpirit can also be effective for cleaning small spills from carpets.A major advantage is that once used the waste product can be poured down the sink safely. PLEASE NOTE: EcoSpirit is not suitable for thinning paint.
For more information and pricing do please contact Bird Brand.  Tel. 01842 828101 email  

Click here to find out more about: Bird Brand - R K & J Jones Limited

N.B. The information contained in this entry is provided by the above supplier, and does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the publisher


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