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Klean-Strip

Model QWN285

Internet #100112667

Store SKU #694965

1 qt. Easy Liquid Sander

$6.98 /each
  • Helps paint adhere
  • Permanently deglosses surfaces
  • Easier than sanding

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Klean-Strip Easy Liquid Sandpaper deglosses surfaces much easier than using traditional sandpaper. Just pour it onto the surface and use a clean cloth, rubbing in a circular motion. When dried, its designed to help the new finishes adhere to the old. It effectively works on paint, varnish, enamel and stain and is great for kitchen cabinets, wood moldings and door facings.

  • For deglossing paint, enamels, varnish and removing grease, grime and wax prior to painting
  • For indoor use
  • Liquid formula
  • Biodegradable

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Use this before a poly/stain combo like Minwax Polyshades?

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June 23, 2016
I have an old wood desk with a pecan stain now that I want to apply Polyshades to in a darker, walnut finish. Can I use this product to help with adhesion?
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August 2, 2016
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No, this is used when you intend to paint the surface.
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July 1, 2016
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I'm going to gamble a bit...I removed the front of the drawers and will do a test on the back side of one of them. I'm not too concerned with getting the color exact. I just want it to be darker and fill in some of the color worn (lighter) areas a bit. I will follow up later to let you know my results.
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June 25, 2016
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No. A good sanding using different grades of sandpaper would be the key to a successful color pattern for your project. Then applying the darker wood stain, followed by a coat or two of varnish.
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June 25, 2016
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Well, my first thought is to say "no" because to be sure of getting the stain color that I wanted, I would go the more labor intensive route of sanding. This product won't remove the old stain which could "fight" with new stain & make the color results different from what you want. However, if you want to gamble, you could try this on the back of the desk (if it has stain) to see what you would get. It Read More
Well, my first thought is to say "no" because to be sure of getting the stain color that I wanted, I would go the more labor intensive route of sanding. This product won't remove the old stain which could "fight" with new stain & make the color results different from what you want. However, if you want to gamble, you could try this on the back of the desk (if it has stain) to see what you would get. It does prepare the surface & improve adhesion, but if you were going to paint instead of stain, I'd say go ahead. I would not stain without regular sanding though. Read Less
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I'm planning on painting some metal trim. Would this prep the metal surface to take paint as well?

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January 20, 2014
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February 24, 2016
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No, it will not. You want to use some acetone or mineral spirits to strip the machining process of the metal trim and any paint over it. The sander deglosser is used for wood. It's made to increase the adhesion factor between old finishes and new finishes on wood such as applying gel stain over polyurethane finish coats from previous applications.
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January 24, 2014
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No, the Liquid Sander won't be able to prep metal, only already painted surfaces. To etch metal I'd get a metal prep product like Prep & Etch, or something similar.
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January 21, 2014
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I'm afraid not. The Liquid Sander is only designed for use on painted wood surfaces.
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January 20, 2014
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Some metal coatings are "baked on enamel" or "powder coat" - which are very hard and slick. I have tried this product in the past on similar coating and did not think it did as well as other painted surfaces. Try lightly sanding the surface to break up the consistency and then wipe on the liquid sander.
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I want to stain after using this product

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December 9, 2013
I want to stain cabinets either the same color or darker, and I want to remove the shiny top-coat with this. I keep seeing people talking about painting after using this, but not staining. will this help me prep for staining, or should I just sand the old fashioned way?
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August 5, 2014
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You will need to strip the wood you are working on before staining or re-staining. This product will remove the shine, but will not remove the entire prior product - which is most likely an oil-based polyurethane. To be able to stain, you need to have bare wood so it can absorb the new stain. I recommend using a stripping chemical first and then sanding. It will speed the process up. Otherwise you will Read More
You will need to strip the wood you are working on before staining or re-staining. This product will remove the shine, but will not remove the entire prior product - which is most likely an oil-based polyurethane. To be able to stain, you need to have bare wood so it can absorb the new stain. I recommend using a stripping chemical first and then sanding. It will speed the process up. Otherwise you will be sanding for hours. The chemical strippers are messy, but work well. I have used them many times to refinish kitchen cabinets and flea-market finds. Follow the directions on the can, wear gloves, scrape the gunk off, let dry and then sand. Good luck with your project. Read Less
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March 22, 2014
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I tried this product to degloss a piece before staining it darker. Sorry but was disappointed in the results. After using as directed, new stain beaded up & stayed wet. Started over and hand sanded.
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December 10, 2013
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thius will not remove stain. You nmeed to have an actul stripper to do that. This justs roughs the surface to accept stain.
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December 9, 2013
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The Easy Liquid Sander Deglosser is designed for paint prepping and will not remove any finish. It is not a product for prepping for staining.
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will this product remove scratches

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No, you will need to use 150-200 grit sandpaper for metal to smooth out any scratches/imperfections. Follow the product instructions. You may need to apply more than one application. It does a good job de-glossing metal finishes for a better adhesion of new paint. Use a good quality spray or brush on enamel paint.
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May 16, 2016
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No, this product does not help remove scratches.
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Trying to think of a way that it would, and I can't see that working. It dulls the surface so you can paint over it, but if you want to smooth out scratches, you'll have to do old fashioned sanding in those areas. If you're going to paint, then you could use this product to get the rest of the area ready for paint to adhere. It really is like magic in that respect.
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 109 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Seems to get the job done! I was refinishing a dresser and didn't want to go through the hassle of sanding and priming it, as I was short on time and also didn't mind if it came out imperfectly. Decided to take a chance on the liquid sander, and so far, so good! I was skeptical at first, as the test surface I tried looked the exact same as the part I hadn't touched--just as glossy and varnished. But lo and behold, a quick paint scratch test showed that it worked--the paint over the sander stuck, and the paint on the untreated portion easily scratched off. I applied the liquid sander to the rest of the dresser, painted two coats, and it looks great. I'll update if the pain suddenly starts flaking off, but it doesn't look or feel like it will. Very happy to have saved hours of sanding! August 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Doesn't seem to work I didn't notice any difference after applying this product. My plan was to sand afterwards anyway, so it didn't bother me too much. September 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easier and cleaner. We are repainting the interior of our home. Walls, doors and trim. Using this liquid sander is the only way to prep the trim and doors. Some areas still need to be scraped, or sanded, but this stuff works very well overall. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It works I needed to paint latex paint on woodwork that had been painted with high gloss paint. A test patch of new paint on the high gloss revealed that the new paint could be easily scratched off with a fingernail. Then, I washed an area, of the woodwork, with the deglosser. Visibly, the difference between the washed wood and the unwashed wood was subtle. I painted the washed area along with some of the unwashed area next to it. After the paint dried, I tried to scratch it off. The difference was significant. The new paint was stuck to the wood that had been washed with the deglosser. August 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Saved time sanding intricate molding. Used it instead of sanding glossy-painted molding. Easy to use and provided a good surface for the new paint to stick to. Does not remove old paint, but roughes up the surface so you can paint over it. August 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by garbage garbage, garbage, garbage, garbage, garbage, garbage August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good product, works as described. Wanted to resurface the bathroom cabinet which had some sort of glaze/poly/shine on it. This EASY LIQUID SANDER took it off in one application. I wanted to be sure so used it twice. July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product This product saves so much time by not having to sand. No odor. Be sure and wear chemical resistant gloves and goggles. I use this all the time. July 14, 2016
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