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Hammerite Brush cleaner & thinners, 0.25L
You can apply this brush cleaner & thinners from Hammerite to a range of surfaces. It's suitable for cleaning brushes & spills as well as thinning paint for spraying.
- Cleaning brushes & spills as well as thinning paint for spraying
- Apply with a Roller
- Recommended for use on Multi-surface
- Suitable for Metal
Features and benefits
Due to the unique formulation of Hammerite Paints, brushes and equipment must be cleaned with Hammerite Brush Cleaner & Thinners. As well as cleaning brushes and equipment it will remove dirt, grime, salt and loose rust from metal surfaces. It also thins Hammerite Paints for spray application.
- Far out performs white spirit and cellulose thinners
- Allows roller application
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Litre capacity (ml)||250ml|
bruv3 - 2 years ago
I bought this last week (from B&Q) and found it next to useless for cleaning brush after painting with Hammerite black. cheaper to replace the brush
Worthless. Does nothing.
Snurge - 2 years ago
A brush was used with Hammerite paint for 10 mins. I poured some of this solvent into a tin and put the brush in, swished it around, stubbed it on the bottom of the tin. Nothing happened - all the paint remained on the brush, none dissolved into the liquid. I always knew white spirit, meths and nail varnish remover were no good for Hammerite but when their own proprietary solvent won't do anything at all to paint which is unset, it's back to throwing the brush away.
This rubbish is going back to B&Q.
Not as good as the original solution.
ChuckD - 4 years ago
Have used Hammerite thinners before, albeit some time ago and noticed this time that cleaning brushes was a lot more difficult. Mixture no longer contains xylene, possibly 'cos it's a carcinogen?