AVF Paint Remover/Stripper has been developed for use in the removal of coatings, varnishes, epoxies and urethanes. The unique surfactant/solvent system allows for rapid penetration and removal of many common coatings. Does not contain Methylene Chloride. (Line 710)
AVF Paint Remover/Stripper is a Non-Methylene Chloride, alternative to methylene chloride, toluene, benzene -based paint removers/strippers. This product effectively replaces methylene chloride, toluene, benzene and other hazardous solvents traditionally used for paint clean up and paint removal. Effective on acrylics, lacquers, polyurethanes, and epoxies. Applicable on all types of wood and metal (except aluminum). When stripping of natural wood, no discolorations occurs. Plastics will be affected in general. It is recommended to test beforehand with plastic surface in an inconspicuous place. AVF Paint Remover/Stripper will remove multiple layers of paint in 2-4 hours. AVF Paint Remover/Stripper works best when covered with paper to prevent evaporation from taking place.
Effective on all coatings, even two step high-solids epoxy and polyurethane resins. AVF Paint Remover/Stripper is an excellent paint gun cleaner. Reaction time varies with the paint or coating to be removed.
Clear gel. Rev.: Feb/2017
Apply AVF Paint Remover/Stripper with a brush, roller or a spatula in a thick layer. Before use, always carry out a test on a small area first. When using a brush, we recommend a brush with natural bristles. Some synthetic brushes are affected by AVF Paint Remover/Stripper. Nylon, however, is not affected.
¼ US Gallon (0.945 Liters).
1 US Gallon (3.785 Liters).
Clean brushes and rollers with hot water (60 °C – 90°C) after use.
Use with adequate ventilation. Avoid contact with eyes and repeated contact with skin. Wear eye protection and gloves during application.
If you experience difficulty in breathing, leave area immediately. In case of eye contact, flush with plenty of water. In case of ingestion, do not induce vomiting. Get medical help immediately.
Carry out a test on a small area first. Apply a thick layer of paint remover with a soft brush. After 15-45 minutes depending on the type of paint and the thickness of the paint, it can take up to several hours. Repeat if necessary, treatment. Dissolved paint can be removed with a scraper, a brush or a high-pressure sprayer (60-90 ° C). Surface thoroughly rinse with water. It is of great importance (for outside walls) to start at the bottom and work upwards. Intense sunlight and strong winds can cause the stripper dries too quickly. In these cases, apply more stripper on the dried pieces.