TotalBoat TotalStrip Paint and Varnish Remover
TotalBoat Totalboat by Jamestown Distributors
  • TotalBoat TotalStrip Paint and Varnish Remover
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TotalBoat TotalStrip Paint Remover

TotalStrip is a powerful, fast-acting finish remover that quickly breaks down paints, varnishes, lacquers, and stains in just minutes, and won't drip or sag on vertical or overhead surfaces. It can remove multiple layers in a single application because it can be applied thicker than other chemical strippers. This improved formula contains no NMP or caustic methylene chloride, and the low odor is ideal for indoor or shop use.

Simply use a brush, putty knife, or roller to apply up to 1/2 inch thick. It works quickly on one-part finishes, removing a layer of paint in as little as 15 minutes. TotalStrip is even effective on tough bottom paints that ordinary paint strippers can't remove.

Its easy-on, easy-off non-caustic formula needs no acid wash neutralization after application – just clean up with water.

Available in a 1 Gallon container.

 
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TotalStrip Features

  • New, safer formula contains no NMP or caustic methylene chloride.
  • Can be applied thicker than other chemical strippers to remove more layers per application.
  • Industrial-strength formula can remove up to 10 layers of paint in 24 hours.
  • No-drip, no-sag gel formula stays put even on vertical and overhead surfaces.
  • Low odor is ideal for use indoors or in the shop.
  • Non-caustic formula cleans up with water - no time-consuming acid wash neutralization is needed.

 

Application Tips

TotalStrip is safe for use on most surfaces, including wood, stone, metal, fiberglass, and gelcoat. However, you should always test before applying to a large area. For best results, apply anywhere from 1/4" to 1/2" thick. TotalStrip can remove a few layers in as little as 15 minutes, or leave it on the surface longer to remove more layers. To make the stripper work more effective on multiple layers, apply a layer of wax paper or plastic wrap over the stripper.

Most finishes will lift off using a putty knife or stiff brush. Use a brush or stripping pad with water to remove residue. Make sure the surface is dry before painting. Clean up with water.

Technical Specifications   
Container Size:  1 US Gallon 
Application Temperature:  60-80°F 
Coverage:  Depends on application thickness - approximately 50-75 sq. ft. per gallon. 
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including N,N-dimethylformamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

BRAND: TotalBoat
Type: Paint Strippers
4.5 25

This product works, but not as well as advertised

4

I bought a ski boat that had been recently painted. First time in the water the paint started peeling off. A large part just came off with a pressure washer but not all, I bought this to get the rest of it off. It works best on overcast days at around 80-85 degrees. Apply and let sit for a few hours then knock it off with a pressure washer working with small areas at a time as it is a slow process.

Jason

Silver Point, TN

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Best product that I tried for removing epoxy based paint

5

I used this stripper on old CCP ablative bottom paint after I sanded off the powdered surface. It was in the 90s the day I applied it outside. Immediately after applying a thick layer of stripper I covered it with plastic. I waited about 4 hrs and removed the plastic. In places that I didnt apply it thick enough it dried out quickly and I had to scrape it using a paint scrapper style putty knife because regular putty knives are too flexible. A lot of the paint came off with the plastic. I easily scrapped off the remainder. What was left I used a sander to remove until I only saw gelcoat.

Rangerick

Colorado

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I would buy again

5

I used this product to strip paint off my cockpit floor, it worked great, as expected. I would recommend this and use it again if needed.

Rick Prince

New York

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Worked well.

5

Definitely saved time removing many old layers of bottom paint. Worked pretty well, and would remove a couple layers at a time. No caustic burning or smell.

Brian

Maine

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Great product

5

It's all about having the right kind of scraper

Kevin

Long Island ny

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I will buy this product again.

4

I used it to strip the lower transom of a 1956 CC. The CC Blue bottom paint just curled up and died and came off in palm size pieces. There was two under the blue paint that acted like a two part paint. It didn't curl up but softened so I could scrape down to the wood.

Jackson

Adair OK

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I would highly recomend this product

5

I used this product to remove the Awlcraft paint from my 38 Rampage with factory white gelcoat hull. Product worked amazingly well even though the manufacture says working temp should be 60 to 80 F. I used it in 30s and 40 deg.It took 48 hrs to work . 20 min to paint it on and come back to marina in 2 days and peel it off with a scraper

Roshak

Brick N.J

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Great, no fumes and not skin burning

5

This thing is great, I used it for my old seacraft and was excellent

Fred

Miami

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Expensive, but so far, very impressed

5

I hate the job of removing paint and/or varnish. Have sanded, used heat guns, and all the kinds of paint removers (virtually all brands). So far, I am very impressed with this product. Goes on like pudding and comes off like pudding. Put down plastic painters film to collect it. Roll up the film and throw it away - very easy and eliminates all the mess. Product eaves the wood clean. Not sure it would work on two-part paint which I will test in the Spring.

Bob

Long Island

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Great Paint Stripper

5

After applying the stripper to my 26 ft S2 8.0C, I covered it with a plastic sheet. I let it sit overnight. A lot of the paint is stuck to the plastic when I remove it. What hasn't bubbled up is softened and is easily removed with a paint scrapper or orbital sander. The stripper will also soften plastic portlights and fixtures so tape them off to prevent them from coming in contact with the stripper. One can of stripper has been enough for me to do all the paint from the waterline to the deck joint.

Rangerick

Holyoke CO

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TotalBoat TotalStrip Paint Remover

4.525

95.8

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