FAQ

The Vinyl Zapper® can be used to remove all kinds of adhesive sticker from a range of surfaces. This includes vinyl nameplates, stickers, reflecting foils, double-sided adhesive tape, decals and adhesive residues.

The Vinyl Zapper® is primarily used on painted car body parts. Thanks to its special, patented design, it goes about its job without damaging the paint below.

In addition, the Vinyl Zapper® can, of course, also be used on other materials, such as bright metals, aluminum or wood.

It is also suitable to a limited extent for use on water-based paints, fiberglass-reinforced plastic and acrylic glass.

The Vinyl Zapper® is designed to be used with the MBX® Electric and MBX® Pneumatic drive units. These units guarantee the correct speed for using the Vinyl Zapper® and optimum control of the tool.

This depends very much on the type and composition of the objects to be removed. The surface and how the user handles the tool also play a role. For this reason, it’s not possible to make any general predictions regarding the area of stickers, etc. – that is, how many square feet – that can be removed using a Vinyl Zapper®.

Check whether the Vinyl Zapper® is mounted the right way round. The arrows on the Vinyl Zapper® indicate the direction of rotation. This means that the rubber segments must point in the direction opposite to the direction of rotation, so that they bend backwards slightly during work.