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Jasco 1 qt. Premium Paint and Epoxy Remover
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Jasco

1 qt. Premium Paint and Epoxy Remover

$1024 /each

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Product Overview

The Jasco 1 qt. Premium Paint and Epoxy Remover is an extremely strong stripper that effectively removes most coatings. It is safe to us on wood, metal concrete and masonry. The semi-paste formula is great to use on vertical surface. After your project, this stripper cleans up with water.

  • Strips multiple layers in 1 application
  • Removes paint, varnish, lacquer, shellac, epoxy, urethane and synthetic coatings
  • Designed to work in as little as 15 minutes or less
  • Non-corrosive

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Customer Questions & Answers

How do you get this stuff opened?

Asked by: bj
Hello bj, A good pair of groove joint pliers should make the process easier. Just make sure not to apply too much pressure. I hope this helps. Cheers, Chris Groove Joint Pliers: http://www.homedepot.com/b/Tools-Hand-Tools-Pliers-Tongue-Groove-Pliers/N-5yc1vZcbz1
Answered by: Chris
Date published: 2017-02-17

will this product damage grass and or shrubbery(trees)

will this product damage grass and or shrubbery(trees)
Asked by: BUBBA
This product can possibly damage plant life as it is not designed application to such surfaces.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-01-29

I pressure wash the paint off. Then sand the rest off. Do I have to clean them before I paint

Asked by: ray
Hi Ray, your question didn't say what you were painting. However all parts should be cleaned before priming and painting. This will ensure that no sanding or other material is on the surface of the item your painting.
Answered by: KA8HD
Date published: 2016-07-11

What can i use to remove the stripper residue remaining on my aluminum skiff?

Asked by: Russ
Dear Russ, you have contacted the wrong Jasco for this particular product. Please feel free to visit our website to view our product offering @ https://jascoproducts.com/products, and you will find our products at most major retailers. If you have any further questions, please feel free to respond or contact us through phone or email. Thank you, Jasco Products Tech Support (Manufacturer)
Answered by: Jasco Tech Support
Date published: 2016-10-21
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Customer Reviews

1 qt. Premium Paint and Epoxy Remover is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 27.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not sure why all the bad reviews of this stuff. I've used it for years, especially in automotive ... Not sure why all the bad reviews of this stuff. I've used it for years, especially in automotive and it will take anything off. It works a lot better than the Aircraft Stripper on everything I've used it on. For those saying "It didn't take this off, or it didn't take that off", you are obviously not using the product correctly. You HAVE to brush it on in one direction only. Let it sit for 20min then brush on once more in the opposite direction and let sit for another 20min. Take a putty knife and and simply take it off.
Date published: 2017-03-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I used this stripper for two antique mahogany beds that had an unfortunate paint job sometime dur... I used this stripper for two antique mahogany beds that had an unfortunate paint job sometime during their life. The paint and varnish came right off with less than 1 minute of wait time using a metal paint scraper. A brass bristle brush was perfect for cleaning the crevices that the paint scraper wasn't able to reach. I used an after wash to clean up the residue. This product was extremely effective, however I recommend getting a respirator (not a dust mask) when using this product indoors. As I was working in the winter it wasn't an option to work outside. I was so surprised at how strong the fumes were when I took the respirator off.
Date published: 2017-03-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We used this to clean old slate blackboards that had ancient adhesive attached all over. Heat gun... We used this to clean old slate blackboards that had ancient adhesive attached all over. Heat gun got the big thick chunks loose, this stuff took off the residue without need to sand or scrap the slate hard. Very happy we found this.
Date published: 2017-05-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Chemical Resistant Plastic Scraper is not available in stores Complaint, the chemical resistant plastic scraper recommended in the instructions on the back of the spray can is not generally available. Regular plastic scrapers disintegrate and leave black marks on the item being stripped. Metal scrapers would leave marks on the item being stripped. They should include one with the can or have it available in stores, but neither Lowes, Home Depot, Ace, nor two paint stores had any. Finally found one through Grainger and have to wait two days for it to be shipped to a store near me.
Date published: 2016-06-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not so much the Remover Not what it's cut out to be. This stuff only skims the surface. Not multiple layers as advertises. You have to sue it over and over in the same spot to get real results and some serious elbow grease. I even went so far as to let it sit overnight. Still no results, just a crystalized pile of goo. Would not recommend to anyone unless there's only one layer to remove.
Date published: 2016-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This stuff works really well!!!! We have 60-year-old Philippine Mahogany kitchen cabinets with original stain (dark) and varnish. Since the wood is great quality, we wanted to see if we could strip the goopy old stain and varnish (yuk!) off and re-stain 'em. At the recommendation of the Home Depot staff member I purchased this product and let me tell you...WOW it was amazing! Yes, the cans are hard to open as one reviewer mentioned, but not impossible. You just have to push down and turn while grabbing very firmly. As for the other low reviews, the only reason I can think of is that people left it on for WAY too long. You can't let it dry out otherwise it won't work. One coat applied for 5-15 minutes (apply and leave it alone...don't mess with it or re-brush over it) was all I needed to strip off the sealant and most of the stain, and following the stripping procedure with a light sanding, my cabinets look incredible! I can't wait to finish them all. This product works great on vertical surfaces, cleans up with water, and has no foul odor. I love it and will definitely use it again.
Date published: 2014-07-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EXCELLENT on polyurethane (Epiphone guitar) The poly finish on Epiphone Les Paul guitars is legendary for being tough as nails, and a serious pain to remove. In the past, I tried a few strippers... gave up and used a belt-sander with 60 grit paper made for concrete. I have a new project, and read a decent review of the Jasco stripper on another site. The can says it works on polyurethane and epoxy. Sounds like a good fit for this project. I tested a small area. In 15 minutes, the poly was bubbling, and stripped off with ease. I moved on to the neck and back of the guitar. I scuffed the poly with some 80 grit paper, applied the Jasco as directed. 20 minutes later, I was sliding that poly off like scraping cold butter. It really reminded me of cutting butter fresh from the fridge. Not super-easy, but not at all difficult. After removing the bulk of the paint, I did a second coat to clean things up. This is a gel-like consistency. It will stick to vertical surfaces, but it will run during the 15 minute wait. For cheap paint scraper... I used used-up store gift-cards. Sure, they disintegrate after spending some time in contact with the Jasco, but they are cheap (free), and you can use a bunch of them and just discard them.
Date published: 2016-06-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't work well at all I used the Orange paint stripper before and thought I'd see if this worked better. It partially worked, but I still had to do a lot of sanding to get the remaining paint off. It seemed to get absorbed by the paint very quickly, even if I put a thick layer on the paint. It was a very labor intensive process. On the same piece of furniture, I decided to go back to using the orange stuff and it worked so much better. The orange stuff didn't dry as fast and went through all layers of paint and easily peeled off using a plastic scraper. I had to leave this Premium Remover on for 30 minutes and it did half the job! I'm never buying this stuff again and going back to the orange stuff...plus it's safer to use.
Date published: 2015-07-11
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