Find answers, ask questions, connect with our community.

Activity Feed Forums Sign Discussion General Sign Topics Avery "flat surface cleaner" blue vs green Reply To: Avery "flat surface cleaner" blue vs green

  • Robert Lambie

    Administrator
    August 6, 2020 at 7:52 am

    I used to use it wrapping as well as during wrap training a lot!
    what I noticed is the original avery surface cleaner was a darker shade of green. but then changed to a sort of mint green like it is now.
    I also noticed that it would not remove pen marks as good as before, because I would mark panels during training with pen and wipe straight off after with the surface cleaner. but this stopped when the mint looking one appeared. so it’s weaker, possibly diluted

    I haven’t tried the blue version, I haven’t gone back to Avery cleaner since.

    I prefer to use 25 lite drums of isopropyl alcohol. you will get this from most good auto paint suppliers or janitorial supplies companies. just be sure to tell them you want 100% and not diluted, as that happens too! you can tell if its watered down as it tends to water bead on the surface and not dry as fast if it’s diluted.