Film Removal Instructions

Film Removal Instructions

Instructions for smooth film removal. 

FILM REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS

Protective film applied to profiles should not be left on for an extended period of time. This can cause discoloration of the profile upon removal of the film. In the event that this does happen, please use Jemako® lemon balm to clean. If there are no noticeable results, use 30% hyrdrogen peroxide (H2 O2 ) instead.

CAUTION: Hydrogen peroxide can be caustic if exposed to skin. Please wear protective gloves when using.





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