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Citristrip

Model ECG73807

Internet #100164441

Store SKU #323433

17 oz. Safer Paint and Varnish Stripper

$8.97 /each

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The Citristrip 17 oz. Safer Paint and Varnish Stripper is safe for indoor stripping projects. It effectively removes paints, both latex and oil-based and is a good choice for stripping varnish, lacquer, enamel, shellac, acrylics and epoxy. It works on a variety of surfaces, including wood, metal and masonry surfaces. The easy-to-use formula has a fresh orange scent making it great for those indoor projects.

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  • Contains no methylene chloride
  • Removes 7 layers of latex paint and multiple layers of oil-based coatings
  • Non-corrosive
  • Non-toxic formula
  • Biodegradable
  • Great for when you need to strip hard-to-reach surfaces, in crevices and grooves, or intricately carved moldings
  • Safe to use

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Would this work on glass surfaces? There is some paint on a glass table top that I purchased this way.

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Yes, this is excellent for removing paint and over spray from glass. Just be sure not to spray the stripper on any other painted or stained surfaces as it may damage the finish.
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Yes, this product will work on glass.
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Would this work on a car exterior as well?

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November 11, 2015
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I read your question and decided to try it on the inside of my truck bed. Did a 3" spot which had rattle can paint, off the shelf bed coating, and factory paint. Left on for only 3/4 - 1 hour, used a regular paint scraper and it took it down to bare metal. It was done outside and temp was in the 40's and dampish.
Seems to work good, it did on that test section anyway, good luck with your project.
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September 4, 2015
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Hi George,
Yes, this product is capable of removing the paint from a variety of surfaces, including metal. Be sure to read and follow all of the label instructions.
Thanks for visiting our site.
-Travis
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Would this product remove stain from metal fence post?

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July 30, 2016
Got some over spray on metal fence post while staining my fence. I'm curious if this product would remove the mist and stain droplets from my fence post?
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Yes, this will remove over spray from your fence post and should not harm the metal. Just be careful you don't spray the stripper on any stained surfaces as it will damage the finish and may cause the stain to wash off.
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is this product safe to use on a fiberglass boat to strip bottom paint?

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This can be used for varnish, lacquer, enamel, shellac, acrylics and epoxy.
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