- What's Your Stain/Spot?
- Household Stains & Spots
- Adhesive Residue
- Garage & Workshop Stains
- Rust Stains & Spots
- Where's Your Stain/Spot?
- How to Remove Stains/Spots
- Goof Off vs Competition
- Goof Off Heavy Duty
- Goof Off Professional
- Good-Bye Cracks
- Goof Off Graffiti Remover
- Goof Off Wipes
- Goof Off Rust Stain Remover
- Goof Off Foam & Caulk Remover
- Goof Off Power Cleaner & Degreaser
- Goof Off Super Glue Remover
In 2008, W.M. Barr Company acquired Goof Off® and its product lines. All of our products help businesses grow, professionals get the job done, and homeowners refurbish. And we've been doing it for over 60 years.
Here is a brief history of our company:
- 1946 William M. Barr founds company with the market's first non-flammable paint remover
- 1968 First contract signed for custom blending and packaging services
- 1973 Finished construction and moved into a new office and manufacturing facility
- 1977 Increased operations size to provide additional new products and service for a growing market
- 1978 First Home Depot store supplied
- 1984 Completed construction on a new state of the art distribution center
- 1987 Acquired KWIK
- 1994 Acquired Wood Finishers Pride
- 1996 Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP) starts with 100% buyout of company stock
- 1997 Acquired Armor All Home Care
- 1998 Acquired Citristrip
- 1999 ISO 9001 certification obtained
- 2003 Acquired DampRid
- 2006 Acquired Solutionex
- 2008 Acquired Jasco, Bix, Trask Research, and Goof Off® product lines
For six decades, W.M. Barr & Company has grown by leaps and bounds by responding to the needs of professionals and homeowners. By combining technology and biology, we'll continue bringing value to everything we touch for years to come.
W.M. Barr is proud to be an employee-owned company. We come to work every day to take care of people, whether by helping our customers remove challenging stains, take moisture out of the air, make paint stick better, get rid of mold, or take good care of their homes.
Because each one of us has a vested interest in the company, it means that we're more motivated, involved, and knowledgeable than most traditionally-structured companies. We're all working together toward the same goals. And it shows in our company growth year after year and in the innovative, useful and helpful products we bring to the public.