- Eastwood's Paint & Powder Strippers
- Works on most metals and factory fiberglass
- Strips in as quickly as 10 minutes
- Chemical seal prevents evaporation
- Choose 13-oz. aerosol, 1-qt. gel brush-on, or 1-gallon gel brush-on
About Eastwood's Paint & Powder Strippers
Safely removes paint and powder coatings from galvanized steel, aluminum, copper, zinc, brass, carbon steel and stainless steel, as well as most plastics (though it may not work on silicone).
Paint and Powder Stripper; choose 13-oz. aerosol, 1-qt. gel brush-on, or 1-gallon gel brush-on
10041Z PRE Painting Prep
19415ZP Fast Etch (Qt.)
16014Z Self-Etching Primer, Aerosol
50240ZP Urethane 2K Primer, Gallon
12561Z Sanding Block Kit
Pig® Mat Absorbent Mats
31160 Dura-Block Sanding Blocks
Remove any loose paint or powder before applying stripper liberally to painted or powder-coated surface. Formula will attack coating immediately. After a few minutes of de-laminating, use a putty knife or similar tool to remove coating. Do not let the stripper dry, since the coating will also dry and reapplication will be necessary. After coating is removed, neutralize with water and dry with a clean cloth. WARNING: this stripper will damage painted surfaces, such as floors and countertops. Clean up quickly with water.
Always use in a well-ventilated area. Keep away from children. Keep away from open flame. Consult MSDS for specific safety warnings.
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