Rust-Oleum Auto Stripper is an automotive paint remover which is able to remove all types of paint for metallic surfaces. This product is fast acting formulated to remove acrylic, lacquer, polyurethane and baked enamel finishes.
NOTE: It is not allowed to send this item through air mode. Surface mode is enabled for the same. Thus, shipping will be done through surface.
Features of Automotive Paint Remover
- Extra-strength - will efficiently remove all types of finish from metal surfaces of automobiles and trucks.
- Excellent car paint remover as works on acrylics, lacquers, polyurethanes, baked enamels and epoxies.
- Starts working in 20 minutes.
- Non-corrosive to common metals under normal exposure time.
NOTE: This chemical is not suggested to use for fiberglass, plastic or any other synthetic surfaces.
How to Apply Rust-Oleum Automotive Paint Remover?
Remove or protect any portions of the vehicle not being stripped. Mask seams and trim openings as this will prevent bleed-back stripping of new finish.
Application of Quart
Open can slowly to relieve pressure. Pour the stripper into a metal container and apply a liberal coat with a chemical-resistant brush. If applying to a vertical surface, begin application at the bottom because vapors are heavier than air and can accumulate near the floor. Apply stripper to an area no larger than 3x3 square feet. Brush in one direction only. Let the stripper stand until finish is completely blistered or liquefied. The time will vary from 20-45 minutes or longer. After 20 minutes, test a small area to see if the old finish is ready for removal. The loosened finish may be removed with a flexible plastic scraper or steel wool. Remove the paint and then flush with solvent or water to remove any residue. Allow the surface to dry before applying a new finish.
Application of Spray
Shake well before using. Hold can in an upright position and point arrow on top of button away from you and spray. Spray 8- 12” from the surface. Use a back and forth motion to apply a generous, even coat. Allow remover to work until the finish is blistered or softened completely. The time will vary from 20-45 minutes. Remove the paint with a flexible plastic scraper or steel wool. Flush with solvent or water to remove any residue. Allow the surface to dry before applying a new finish. Prime the metal as soon as possible to prevent flash rust.
Properties of Rust-Oleum Automotive Paint Remover
|Weight||946 ml||425 Grams|
|Compositions||Methanol, Ethyl Alcohol, Methylene Chloride,
and Aromatic Hydrocarbons
|Methanol, Ethyl Alcohol, Methylene Chloride,
and Aromatic Hydrocarbons
|Shelf Life||5 Years||5 Years|
|Flash Point||200°F (93°C)||-156°F (-104°C)|
|Technical Data Sheet||Click here||Click here|