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Acrylic Strip Stripping Agent 5gal

Quick Overview

  • AcrylicStrip will remove layers of acrylics, acrylic latexes, polyurethane and other resin coatings and it is especially good at removing curing compounds from concrete.
  • AcrylicStrip is a solvent-based sealer, stain and paint stripper that has a wide range of applications.
  • Surfaces Safely Used On: • Decks • Wood • Metal • Sidings • Masonry surfaces
  • AcrylicStrip will remove multiple layers of acrylics, acrylic latexes, polyurethane, and other resin coatings.

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Item #: 82-605  UPC : 638302706537
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Product Specs

AcrylicStrip is a solvent-based sealer, stain and paint stripper that has a wide range of applications. AcrylicStrip will remove layers of acrylics, acrylic latexes, polyurethane and other resin coatings and it is especially good at removing curing compounds from concrete.

AcrylicStrip is a solvent-based sealer, stain, and paint stripper that has a wide range of applications. It is virtually instantaneous in penetrating most deck stains and paints. AcrylicStrip will remove multiple layers of acrylics, acrylic latexes, polyurethane, and other resin coatings.

Benefits:
• Wide range of applications on Multiple surfaces
Surfaces Safely Used On:
• Decks  • Wood  • Metal  • Sidings
• Masonry surfaces 

Removes:

• Stains  • Paints  • Acyrlics

Application Process:
AcrylicStrip is best applied through a low pressure application system,  it can also  be brushed, wiped, or rolled on the surface. 

Depending on the paint or coating involved, more than one appplication may be needed. 

Apply the chemical from the top down using a side to side spray. 

A small hand pump garden sprayer works very well for small jobs. Use the Protool Battery Sprayer for large tasks.

Allow the Acrylistrip to dwell on the surface for at least five minutes before doing a scratch test.

When you are doing the scratch test and you see that the coating is releasing from the substrate, you are ready to rinse. 

If you do not see the surface or the coating is gummy, reapply the product and wait an additional 10 minutes before retesting.

Pay careful attention to sheltered areas under overhangs or railings, as these areas see less harmful weathering and fading and therefore may need repeated applications. 

Rinsing may be accomplished with a pressure washer, garden hose, or water and a scrub brush. 

Note: if you are using a pressure washer to rinse wood, use a 25 degree tip and keep the nozzle more than six inches from the surface.

AcrylicStrip, a solvent-based paint stripper, and LCS, a water-based stripper, were both needed on this project due to the multiple types of paint on the surface. 

Substrate: Brick      Challenge: Graffiti

This sealed deck needed the sealer removed. AcrylicStrip was chosen as the appropriate choice after testing was completed. The end result prepped the surface for the deck to be restained.

Substrate: Wood    Challenge: Sealer Removal

AcrylicStrip is a solvent-based sealer, stain and paint stripper that has a wide range of applications. AcrylicStrip will remove layers of acrylics, acrylic latexes, polyurethane and other resin coatings and it is especially good at removing curing compounds from concrete.

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