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Model # QJBP00202

Internet # 202247418

Store SKU # 589973

1 qt. Premium Paint and Epoxy Remover

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$10.24 /each




Model # QJBP00202

Internet # 202247418

Store SKU # 589973

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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Product Size (oz.) 
Materials removed 
Oil-based dry paint 
Paint Product Type 
Paint Cleaners and Removers 
Product Form 
Product dispenser type 
Rinse required 
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Manufacturer Warranty 
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: If you are not completely satisfied, return your sales receipt with a description of your complaint. Liability is limited to refund of the purchase price. 


Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great product I tried another brand that everyone rated so high and was very disappointed. I went back and found this product and thought I would try. I am stripping a rocking chair. This worked great. I would apply let set for a few minutes and either scrape off with a putty knife or use a small wire brush. Yes the wire brush clogged some but it was easy to get out. I have a vintage metal high chair that i started restoring so thought try on that. Once again it took that paint off with ease. The only thing I found is wearing rubber gloves it will go through them, but stick your hand in water and it will dilute. I even tried two pair on each hand and it went through. Besides that I would recommend this to anyone wanting a good stripper. October 14, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Good Grief What a Substandard Product and Waste of My Time! If I would not have had prior experience and know how strippers work, I would probably think refinishing furniture was not worth the process had I first used this product. I followed the directions - they were similar to the directions for other strippers. First, like many others have commented, you cannot open the can as instructed. I had to pry off the plastic ring and use a screwdriver to work the cap off - this is inconvenient when you have rubber gloves and goggles on and are trying to carefully open the cap so as to not inhale vapors. Second, no matter how much you shake the can or control the temperature in the environment you’re working in, the stripper comes out in globs - this viscosity does not lend itself to spreading effectively with a paint brush. If you get past these hurdles then you get to experience the real frustration – it simply does not work. I applied it twice, exactly as specified and it did not strip the surface and made a big mess. I will be taking the can back to HD for a refund. But that does not cover my time and the fact that I have to drive two hours round trip to buy a replacement product. I have used another brand in the past with great results. It was sitting on the shelf right next to this one, but the associate told me this product was their strongest acting and was recommended. I think this product is completely substandard, ineffective, and in my view I would have been better advised to buy an alternative. I should have read the reviews before buying it - this was a four hour mistake and put me behind in progressing with the project. November 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good stuff! I used it for removing powder coat paint from aluminum. Worked pretty good. Could of the colors needed a second coat. Just let it set for a bit and scrape It off. I did it over a big chunk of cardboard no mess. My gloves got ruined by this stuff. It's super powerful. I've had a hard time finding gloves it won't get through... September 7, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Very disappointing product I have used Jasco stripper for years & felt confident about buying it again; however when I opened the can, the product came out in gelatinous globs which could not be broken up nor could be spread. I attempted to contact their "help line" by both phone & e-mail and got no response. So much for their customer service that their web page touts! July 11, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Waste of time and money Jasco has worst products. This is not the only one, avoid using their product. November 2, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by very good product This is definitely a paint stripper. I used this to remove the stain from my cabinet doors. The stain started to come off within 30 seconds. I was amazed how well it works. The only thing is you have to use several coats to get to the bare wood. But is well worth the time. June 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for removing RESTORE finish I was trying to remove my RESTORE finish from my deck. Sanding alone was too much work, I tried a number of strippers but found this one to work very well. Only had to wait about 5 minutes before scraping. April 26, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Depends on what you're stripping I was trying to get just a couple layers of paint off a rocking chair. Worked ok on flat areas, like the seat. But on the rounded spindles it just turned the paint into a big pasty mess that cannot be removed with a scraper. I've tried steel wool, which is getting to be a very extensive option, wire brush, which clogs and I can't get the goo out with mineral spirits or soap and water. Oh, and the stripper seems to have dried somewhat in the can. It's not a paste, more like gelatinous putty. Time to try a different brand )-: August 22, 2015
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