This stripper designed to remove old sealer and paint is a blend of non-toxic, environmentally friendly compounds formulated to create a highly effective paint stripping system. This unique bio-renewable ingredients gives it the ability to strip surfaces in one application.
It is important to give the bio-stripper time to work. For 2 component
urethane/epoxies and/or thicker coatings, we recommend 12 Mils stripping to substrate followed by covering the area with painterís plastic cover for 12 hours and then pressure washing the stripper from
the surface. We believe in letting the chemicals do the work
Mix Ratios: Flat or vertical surfaces: Apply a sufficient amount of stripper to substrate at 100%. Allow sufficient time to lift paint. Remove with pressure washer. (Hot water pressure washer will improve stripping performance offering as much as 50% reduction in time vs. cold pressure washer unit) Dwell times needed to remove coatings are dependent on the coating thickness, type and age as well as the porosity of the surface. A second application may be necessary. A Whiting, and or cloudy appearance will indicate if a stripping application is necessary. Coating time will vary depending on coating thickness and surface temperature.
Acrylic coating (8 Mils) Strip time = 1 to 2 hours
Acrylic (12 mils) over elastomeric (8 Mils) Strip time = 3 hours
Moisture-cured epoxy (8 Mils) Strip time = 1 to 2 hours
2 Part waterborne epoxy (Mils) Strip time = 1 to 2 hours
Oil & water stains, transparent or pigmented Strip time = 1 hour
Oil Based Enamel (8 Mils) Strip time = 1 hour
Two-Component Polyurethane (12 Mils) Strip time = 1 to 2 hours