Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 5
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Robbo Works great at warm Temps.
I used this product to strip paint off the hull of a 16ft. wooden boat. I applied it with a spatula because it is not a liquid, but more the consistency of pasty oatmeal. However, it sticks real well to vertical surfaces. I applied it to all surfaces about evenly. Then I covered the complete boat hull with cheap, 0.7mill plastic drop cloth, and squeezed out all the air bubbles. I left it like this for 24 hrs. When I returned, I removed the plastic, and I was able to scrape off all the layers of bottom paint, and regular paint. However, it did not completely remove some of the epoxy paint on the sides. Therefore, I needed to do a 2nd application, using the same technique, and It removed all the remaining paint. This was done when the outside temp. was between 70 deg. to 80 deg. It was a good experience with no harsh obnoxious vapors, and it did not harm the wood on the boat. It was just very messy!
October 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by RH Worked good.
It took off regular bottom coat very good. The epoxy based bottom coat was harder to remove but it did it. I removed just enough to put keel guard on.
August 1, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by David Would not recommend this Product
Applied as instructed on the container to remove bottom paint on a small day sailor. Daysailer had two coats of red bottom paint. The product didn't remove anything except my confidence in the manufacturer. I ended up sanding the entire bottom. The product was a was of time and money.
July 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by pms product works well - no smell. Needs time to penetrate though and needs a 2nd application.
Typical "green" products don't work as well, however this is working as it claims. I had to use multiple applications when trying to remove 10+coats of paint.
January 11, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Dick This product has good and bad points, see comments
The product works great when given enough time and put on heavy enough. Putting it on as heavy as recommended, ie., so you cannot see the under color, requires nearly 1/8 inch thickness.
I used this on a fiberglass fornt door (with the door removed and horizontal) It is very difficult to apply the thickness on concave and convex surfaces of the mouldings. I ended up using a puddy knife and a rounded kitchen spatula.
I first tried leaving it on a couple of hours and then about 4 hours with partial success. I then took the remainder and applied it in the evening and covered it with saran wrap. The next morning most of the finish lifted right off and a light brushing with a brass stripping brush cleand out any remaing pours in the texture of the fiberglass. This was great except I had used the quart up and had less than a quarter of the door done. Coverage is not as good as listed.
Due to the 80 degree limitation and the hot weather coming in the next few days I had to resort to another chemical fiberglass stripper that did not work as well and damaged some of the finish.
This product ought to be available in the retail stores so when a person needs more in the middle of a job they don't have to wait a week/
June 14, 2012