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  • circa 1850 furniture stripper, swing paints remover, varnish stripper, shellac removal

    Circa 1850 Furniture Stripper

    Circa 1850 furniture stripper removes varnish, paint, shellac, lacquer and/or urethane from wood...

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    Price: $7.77 to $147.19
  • Interlux Fiberglass Paint Remover Paste Stripper

    Interlux Interstrip 299E Fiberglass Paint Remover

    Interlux 299e Interstrip fiberglass Paint Stripper and Remover safely removes boat paint from all...

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    Price: $36.74 to $76.50
  • heavy paint and varnisher remover, shellac and lacquer stripper, finish removal

    Circa 1850 Heavy Body Paint & Varnish Remover

    Circa 1850 heavy body paint and varnish remover strips old and caked-on finishes, including paint,...

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    Price: $8.10 to $169.07
  • Ultra Strip Paint Stripper, paint remover
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    Ultra Strip Paint Stripper

    Ultra Strip is the most aggressive, yet least caustic paint remover on the market. Ultra-strip has...

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    Price: $64.99 to $288.10
  • strypeeze paint remover, varnish stripper

    Strypeeze Paint Remover

    Strypeeze rigorously removes paint and varnish from a variety of substrates. America's No. 1...

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  • Ready Strip Marine varnish remover, ready strip paint stripper

    Ready Strip Marine

    Ready Strip Marine is the most popular boat paint remover by Back to Nature. A marine stripper...

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    Price: $16.65 to $225.53
  • Back To Nature Aqua Strip paint and varnish stripper or remover

    Aqua Strip Paint Stripper

    Back To Nature Aqua Strip is a marine finish remover that can safely remove up to 10 layers of...

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    Price: $20.99 to $271.19
  • circa 1850 soft strip paint remover, soft paint stripper

    Circa 1850 Soft Strip

    Circa 1850 Soft Strip removes paint, varnish, shellac, lacquer and polyurethane finishes without...

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    Price: $8.40 to $45.70
  • Circa 1850 Marine Stripper paint remover

    Circa 1850 Marine Stripper

    Circa 1850 Marine Stripper removes old paint, varnish, shellac, epoxy, and urethane coatings. Gel...

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    Price: $24.97 to $76.50
  • Tough2-Strip Industrial Paint Remover

    Tough2-Strip Industrial Paint Remover

    Back To Nature Tough 2 Strip is an industrial strength paint remover that safely removes the most...

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    Price: $82.37
  • Back To Nature Ready Strip Wash

    Back To Nature Ready Strip Wash

    Back To Nature Ready Strip Wash is a safe and gentle paint remover clean up that removes the...

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    Price: $10.34
  • Circa 1850 Finish Sanding and Stripping Tool

    Circa 1850 Finish Stripping Tool

    The Circa 1850 Stripping Tool helps to effectively remove paint, varnish and other finishes which...

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    Price: $3.12 to $4.41
  • SCL Sterling 5F5 Series Non-Flammable Paint Remover

    SCL Sterling 5F5 Series Non-Flammable Paint Remover

    5F5 Paint remover lifts finishes from wood, metal, glass, and masonry. The special formula will...

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    Price: $44.84 to $205.61
  • Back To Nature Lift-n-Strip Paint Remover

    Lift-n-Strip Paint Remover

    Lift-n-Strip is a water-based, alkaline paste designed to lift away and strip multiple paint layers...

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    Price: $10.64 to $101.87
  • Circa 1850 Furniture Refinisher

    Circa 1850 Furniture Refinisher

    Use Circa 1850 Furniture Refinisher on varnishes, shellacs, and lacquers. It dissolves old finishes...

    Price: $13.02
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Paint Stripper Information

Paint stripper is a broad term that refers different types of chemicals generally used to remove the finish from a surface. Strippers are composed of solvents and chemicals that are sometimes used alone or in various combinations and strengths. Common paint stripping solvents include Methylene Chloride, Acetone, Toluene, and Methanol, N-Methyl Pyrrolidone, and di-basic esters. Sodium Hydroxide (lye) and Ammonia Hydroxide (ammonia) are popular finish stripping alkali solutions.

Paint strippers contain different chemicals, and the potential hazards are different for various products. Each product has specific safety precautions (refer to the MSDS and instructions/ingredients disclosed with each type of paint stripper). However, there are some general safety steps to keep in mind when using any paint stripper. If you use paint strippers frequently, it is particularly important that you follow these steps:

1. Always read and follow all the instructions and safety precautions on the label. Do not assume you already know how to use the product. The hazards may be different from one product to another, and the ingredients in individual products often change over time. The label tells you what actions you should take to reduce hazards and the first aid measures to use.

2. Wear chemical-resistant gloves appropriate to the type of stripper being used (see manufacturer's instructions). Common kitchen latex gloves do not provide enough protection.

3. Avoid getting the paint stripper on your skin or in your eyes. Wear protective clothing and goggles appropriate for the project and type of stripper.

4. Use paint strippers outdoors if possible. If you must use them indoors, cross-ventilate by opening all doors and windows. Make sure there is fresh air movement throughout the room. Ventilate the area before, during, and after applying and stripping. Never use any paint stripper in a poorly ventilated area. If work must be done indoors under low ventilation conditions, consider having the work done professionally instead of attempting it yourself.

5. If you must work indoors, always work so the stripper fumes are blowing away from you and to the outside. A fan can be used to improve cross-ventilation and to ensure fresh air movement. A fan is particularly important for nonflammable products that evaporate quickly, such as methylene chloride. Electrical sparks from fans may increase the chance of flammable paint strippers fumes to catch fire.

6. Do not use flammable paint strippers near any source of sparks, flame, or high heat. Do not work near gas stoves, kerosene heaters, gas or electric water heaters, gas or electric clothes dryers, gas or electric furnaces, gas or electric space heaters, sanders, buffers, or other electric hand tools. Open flames, cigarettes, matches, lighters, pilot lights, or electric sparks can cause the chemicals in the paint strippers to suddenly catch fire.

7. Only strip paint with chemicals that are marketed as paint strippers. Never use gasoline, lighter fluid, or kerosene to strip paint.

8. Dispose of paint strippers according to the instructions on the label. If you have any questions, ask your local environmental sanitation department about proper disposal.

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