Sentinel 626 Latex Adhesive Remover
Item # SEN-626/05 | Mfr. Model # 626/05
- Quickly removes latex, acrylic and pressure sensitive adhesives
- Water-based & Biodegradable
- Removes Adhesives from concrete, terrazzo, ceramic and vinyl tile or wood substrate
- LOW ODOR / NON FLAMMABLE / NON HAZARDOUS
- Coverage: 70 sq ft per gallon for adhesive removal
FORMULA 626 CARPET & SHEET VINYL ADHESIVE REMOVER
LOW ODOR / NON FLAMMABLE / NON HAZARDOUS
Sentinel 626 Carpet & Sheet Vinyl Adhesive Remover is a powerful, water-based, biodegradable
formulation designed specifically for quickly removing latex, acrylic and pressure sensitive
adhesives from concrete, terrazzo, ceramic and vinyl tile or wood substrate.
REMOVAL OF LATEX, ACRYLIC AND
PRESSURE SENSITIVE ADHESIVES:
Step1: Apply 626 directly onto adhesive.Use a broom, mop or squeegee to agitate and maintain even coverage while keeping the surface wet. Allow 626 to soak and penetrate for 30-60 minutes.
Step 2: Scrape softened adhesive from the floor with a razor scraper. Repeat steps 1 and 2 if necessary. Dispose of all waste.
Step 3: Rinse the sub-floor thoroughly with clean water. Allow surface to completely dry.
REMOVAL OF CARPETING:
Using a utility knife, cut the carpeting into 12” strips, making sure to cut through the carpeting to the sub-floor. Mix 2 parts HOT water to 1 part 626 and pour directly onto carpet. Maintain even coverage and
completely saturate carpeting. Allow to soak for 4 hours, or overnight. Remove carpet strips and follow latex removal steps for removing remaining adhesive.
REMOVAL OF SHEET VINYL / LINOLEUM BACKING:
Once the wear layer is removed, mix 1 part HOT water to 4 parts 626 and apply directly to the remaining backing. Maintain even coverage and a wet surface for 1-2 hours or until backing/ adhesive can
be easily removed together with a floor scraper. Rinse the surface with clean water and allow to dry.
Expect coverage rate of 70 sq. feet per gallon for adhesive removal
Physical state: Liquid
Odor: No Odor
pH: Not Applicable
Boiling Point: 212° F.
Flash Point: None to boiling