Paint Removers have been around for quite some time now, but they’ve always been a bit of a niche product.

The company behind Paint Removing Tool, Paint Removable, and Paint Removals has announced it’s bringing Paint Removes to PC, giving the tools a full-on VR-first look.

Paint Removing will be a free-to-play app that allows users to use paint removers in VR for up to four hours, with optional VR-enhanced paint effects, and even a new “tilt and tilt” mode that allows the user to rotate the brush’s edges.

The Paint Removal will be available on Steam Early Access starting April 7th, and will eventually be available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

It’s the first time we’ve seen Paint Removed in a VR-centric form, and it’ll definitely give us more to look forward to from Paint Removal in VR.

Paint Remakers was launched in 2016, and the company has made quite a few improvements over the past few years.

For example, the company made improvements to the Paint Remapping tool, adding a new paint algorithm and a revamped tooltips to allow the user more control over their workflow.

In 2018, Paint Removal was also updated with a new look and feel, and now includes an “art” mode where the user can create their own art.

We’ve already had the new Paint Removers at CES, and have been able to use the new tools in VR at the 2018 VR Game Developers Conference, where it’s been working on its new paint-making feature.