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Krud Kutter TSP Substitute 32 oz

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Krud Cutter® TSP Substitute will clean and degloss almost any surface prior to painting so that paint adheres better. Contrary to popular belief, paint will not stick to wax, crayons or silicone in...

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Krud Cutter® TSP Substitute will clean and degloss almost any surface prior to painting so that paint adheres better. Contrary to popular belief, paint will not stick to wax, crayons or silicone in aerosol cleaners, so if you decide to paint that piece of furniture you just acquired, better clean it first. Krud Cutter® TSP Substitute can be used on all paints, varnishes, lacquers and polyurethanes to remove dirt, grease, grime, smoke, mildew, food stains, heel marks, crayon and wax. Cleans metal surfaces as well. No-rinse formula is easy to use and biodegradable.


Water-based, nontoxic, nonflammable, xylene free formula

Safe for use at home and work

Super concentrated, ready to use no-rinse formula

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