The Eco-Powerful™ remover
This powerful paint stripping formula
is engineered to remove most paint
including polyureas, urethane, epoxy, lacquer, varnish, alkyd and latex
paints from steel, aluminum, wood, masonry, brick and concrete.
Features & Benefits
Non hazardous • Non-toxic •
Non-Flammable • Low odor • Biodegradable • Water based • Easy clean up •
Reduces labor • Reduces pollution
SARA Technology utilizes physical
energy released by chemical reactions to break the bond between the
coating and the substrate, lifting the paint right off the surface. The
paint chips can be easily removed by vacuum suction, scraping or
Tough on Paint – Easy on the Environment™
Industrial Paint remover
For Metal and Concrete
Cover/protect area where the paint is to be left on. Remove masking tape
immediately after application as the remover may soak through the tape,
damaging the paint beneath it. Thoroughly mix the remover, prior to use,
with a high speed drill mixer if available.
Always prepare a test patch in an inconspicuous area prior to full
application. This will indicate the time required and suitability of
Apply a thick, even layer onto the coating being removed. An airless
spray machine is the most effective means for application. Use a tip
size of 700 microns (.01 9") or larger. Brushing and rolling produce
lower film builds, requiring additional applications resulting in longer
strip times. Once applied, leave the product alone, as agitation slows
The desirable thickness of remover is approximately one and a half times
the dry film thickness of the paint. Minimum thickness should be 15 mils
(wet film). Yield is approximately 40 to 75 sq. ft. per gallon.
If poor adhesion exists between paint layers, the remover may lift the
coating layer by layer. If this happens, remove the lifted layers and
re-apply remover. While the removal process is taking place do not allow
the remover to dry on the surface. If it starts to dry, reapply
The time required for penetration varies according to the types of
paint, the number of layers to be removed and the temperature. Most
paint systems will take between 1 and 6 hours. Leaving the remover
overnight will provide best results.
Removal of residue can be completed by scraper, squeegee, wet/dry vacuum
system or by high pressure (2,500 - 3,500 psi) water wash. Dispose of
solid paint waste in accordance with government regulations.
Above 55°F (13°C). If working in cooler temperatures expect a longer
dwell time. Keep from freezing.
Limited Guarantee / Warranty:
The manufacturer’s liability under any expressed or implied
guarantee/warranty is limited solely to replacement of products shown
defective. Claims must be made within one year of purchase and be
accompanied by proof of purchase. The manufacturer shall not be liable
for injury, cost of labor, or direct, incidental or consequential
This chart is only a guideline. In
many cases, the coating type may be unknown. Always do a test patch to
determine which RemovALL product is best suited for any particular job.
This will also indicate the dwell time required to complete the project
and suitability for the substrate.
May cause moderate skin and eye
irritation. May be harmful or fatal if swallowed. Do not mix with strong
acids, alkalis and oxidizers. Do not get in eyes. Do not get on skin or
clothing. Wear rubber gloves and safety goggles. Use product in a well
ventilated area. Wear a NIOSH/OSHA approved mist and organic vapor
respirator for spraying or misting in confined areas. Respirator not
required with normal use.
If swallowed, do not induce vomiting. Get medical aid immediately. If in
eyes, rinse with water for 15 to 20 minutes. If on skin, rinse well with
water. In case of respiratory difficulty, provide fresh air and call a
DO NOT TAKE INTERNALLY
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
FOR PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY
SEE MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET