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Foaming Paint Stripper - Solvent

Foaming Paint Stripper - Solvent

A viscous liquid product designed to effectively remove paints, enamels, lacquers, varnishes, and schellacs from metal, wood, and masonry surfaces.

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A viscous liquid product designed to effectively remove paints, enamels, lacquers, varnishes, and schellacs from metal, wood, and masonry surfaces. It contains effective emulsifying agents enabling the product to also remove carbon and grease deposits while easily rinsing off with water.

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Name Foaming Paint Stripper - Solvent
Description A viscous liquid product designed to effectively remove paints, enamels, lacquers, varnishes, and schellacs from metal, wood, and masonry surfaces. It contains effective emulsifying agents enabling the product to also remove carbon and grease deposits while easily rinsing off with water.
SKU D-174
Industries Industrial
Directions For Use Apply liberally and thoroughly to the surface to be stripped by using a brush. Allow to remain at least 10 minutes before removing with high pressure water or scraping. More than one application may be required to remove catalyzed expoxy, polyester and urethane coatings.
Special Notes Do not apply to warm or hot surfaces. Use in well ventilated areas. Do not use through compressed air sprayers. Do not use on linoleum, plastics or other synthetics or to strip fibreglass vehicles.
Caution N/A
First Aid In case of skin and eye contact, flush promptly with abundant water. In case of ingestion, induce vomiting. Call a physician.
Precautions Avoid prolonged or repeated breathing of vapour. Keep away from all sources of ignition. Avoid contact with eyes and prolonged contact with skin. Do not take interanally.
Contains Methylene chloride, hydrocarbons, anionic surfactant
Active Ingredients N/A
DIN Number N/A
UN Number FLAMMABLE LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S. (METHANOL, METHLENE CHLORIDE) UN 1912