The paint stripper gel is free of aromatic compounds and chlorinated hydrocarbons.
Dissolves and removes synthetic resin lacquers, 1-component lacquers, dispersion and latex paints, oil finishes and wood stains, dispersion glues, polymer plasters etc. on solvent-resistant substrates (wood, metal, mineral substrates, such as render, concrete or stone). It has a mild odour and therefore it can be used on large areas in both indoor and outdoor areas.
Aliphatic ester, N-n-Butylpyrrolidone, organic acid (formic acid) and additives
Viscosity: 10.000 mPas
Odour: faint/mild, odourless after drying Flashpoint: > 100 °C, acc. DIN EN ISO 2719 pH value: not required
2 years and longer if stored in the closed original can.
Always test on a small area first to determine performance, reaction time, substrate compatibility and material requirements! Cover and tape up any surfaces not to be treated, plastics (piping, wiring, windows etc.) as well as plants. Wear appropriate protective clothing and safety goggles when working.
Methods of Application:
Stir well – do not thin. Apply generously and evenly with a brush or trowel and cover immediately with a thin foil (e.g. polythene dust sheets) and allow for sufficient reaction time (depending on project a few minutes/several hours/possibly overnight). Test stripping performance occasionally with a trowel. Always remove dissolved coating layer at the optimal time. Do not leave Osmo Paint Stripper on substrates for longer than necessary. Reaction time depends on the coating type, coating thickness and ambient temperature. Remove the soft dissolved layer with a trowel and rinse with water (if possible warm, approx. 40 °C). In some cases, it may be necessary to repeat the application.
Cleaning of tools:
With soap and water.
Allow wood to dry thoroughly (approx. 24-48 hours) before applying a new surface coating. Lower temperatures and/or higher air humidity may increase drying times.
Product coverage for 1 coat is 2-4 m2/1 l. It depends significantly on the character of the wood. All information refers to smooth and planed/cut surfaces. Other surfaces may lead to deviations in coverage.
In indoor areas, always work with foils and ventilate well. Not suitable for highly crosslinked lacquers, such as 2-component DD coatings or epoxy resin coatings.