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Klean-Strip

Model QKS3

Internet #100180773

Store SKU #576727

1 qt. KS-3 Premium Stripper

$9.98 /each

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The Klean-Strip Premium Stripper is the most powerful stripper for the toughest jobs. It helps remove multiple layers of paint, both latex and oil-based paints. It also removes polyurethane, epoxy, varnish and shellac. Premium Stripper is safe to use on most wood, metal and masonry surfaces.

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  • Works in as little as 15 minutes
  • A plastic scraper is recommended to prevent gouging of wood
  • For indoor or outdoor use
  • Brushable thick semi-paste formula clings to vertical surfaces without runs or drips
  • Chemical-resistant gloves and chemical splash goggles suggested
  • Test the product first in a small, inconspicuous spot to ensure there’s no damage to the finish
  • For best results, use in temperatures between 65°F and 85°F and away from strong breeze and hot sun

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Can this be used to clean up oxidation on aluminum rims?

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El Paso, Texas
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May 26, 2016
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I don't think so since oxidation is not paint. You are better off trying sandpaper or emery cloth.
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April 24, 2016
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several videos on you-tube recommend this for removing the factory clearcoat and cleaning up aluminum wheels.
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San Diego Califorina
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July 20, 2015
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No it does remove metal
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April 9, 2015
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No, this product cleans paint and other finishes.
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about how many square feet does this quart cover?

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Hermitage, PA
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September 3, 2014
there are only patches of two layers of paint on my cement porch and I was wondering how many square feet would this quart cover.
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El Paso, Texas
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Hard to say... It depends on how many layers of paint are underneath. I removed a brown layer very nicely which revealed a white layer underneath the brown so I had to do it twice. If done properly my guess is that a quart will do about 20 sq. ft., or at least one side of a door.
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July 23, 2015
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A quart =57.75 cubic inches. at 1/8" thick you cover 3 feet square. I didn't have good luck unless I could put it on that thick.
57.75/.125=462 462/12"/12"=3.2 square feet
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MEMPHIS,TENNESSEE
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June 1, 2015
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I DID MY SINK BASE CABINETS WITH A QUART BUT WILL NEED ANOTHER QUART FOR TOP CABINETS
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September 4, 2014
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It will cover about 20 sq. ft.
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What do i use for cleanup. And can i wash it off metal?

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June 29, 2016
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Use odorless mineral spirits to clean up after stripping.
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El Paso, Texas
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Home Depot also sells a Stripper Cleaner to remove the residue from what you are stripping. That seems to work pretty good. If you meant to clean the brush, I just use one of those inexpensive brushes and throw it away when I'm done. I didn't use it on metal but I am pretty sure it would work.
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June 28, 2016
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Yo can use mineral spirits for clean up.
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Does this work on fiberglass?

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As these products usually say, try a small amount on an inconspicuous area and see what happens. But my feeling is that it would remove paint from fiberglass without damaging it.
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It will damage fiberglass resin. It did damage on type of plastic putty knife I was using when I let it set in the used stripper.
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September 2, 2014
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No, the Premium Stripper will damage fiberglass.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 31 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Did not work I ran out of my Olympic Paint Stripper and went and bought this product. I used it in the same manner as the Olympic stripper which was the same instructions. I had to use follow up coat for Olympic but this I have had to use 4 coats to strip what one coat of Olympic did. If I could find the Olympic I would use I now have to find something that works on 3 chairs, The Olympic stripper did one before runnimg out of .product. I tried a variety of variations on application but was unsuccessful and wasted 3 hours in the effort August 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Follow the directions Having read some of the reviews, it seems that other users are not following the directions or trying to use the product to remove things it was not designed to do. It worked fine to remove 2 coats of very old paint from a door frame. The only things I would add are that: a) You have to check on the progress every now and then after you apply it. If the paint starts to wrinkle then go ahead and scrape. If not, leave it on a little longer. If left on too long it will dry out and the paint will go to a semi-hard state. If you scrape and it hasn't had time to work, you just wasted the stripper. So it is a balance between not enough and too much time. b) Use a real paint scraper that allows you to apply downward pressure while pulling towards you. Using a putty knife is a waste of time. Going to a real paint scraper cut my time and effort in half. Also, make sure you use gloves and cover any exposed skin - this stuff can burn. And use a metal container to apply it. May 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by not worth the container it came in Stripping a relative new gun stock. Following directions exactly. On the 5th try and still over hafl the original finish is still there. Don't waste your time with this stuff. April 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by powerful, fast, cheap Works great as long as you follow the directions and time it properly. It's more like a clear gel than a paste - will drip of you put too much on the brush. Apply thickly in one direction. Set a timer. Remove with a plastic scraping tool a few within the 15 minute window. Don't let it sit much longer than 15 mins. Work in small sections at a time. It effectively removed 5-10 layers of paint from my 90-year-old wood trim around windows/doors - a mixture of latex, oil and lead paint. Some areas needed 2-3 applications. Some areas came off entirely on the first coat. The paint bubbled up within 2 minutes! I also used a metal scraping tool for stubborn areas. Also be sure to wear protective gloves, eyewear & mask - errant paint chunks that land on your skins/eyes will burn! Put down a drop cloth and have a container to put all the paint globs. Seems impossible to not make a mess. Tape off walls/surrounding areas that have paint/surfaces that would be damaged by the stripper gel. October 6, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by It quickly turns into dry globs in the container The paste has a big problem, the liquid is super-duper. Try to find the best stripper out the...the liquid. February 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Didn't work. Returning product Didn't strip 1 layer of latex paint from a door. Made the paint soft and after 3 coats at different temperatures I still have to use another stripper. February 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I'LL NEVER USE ANOTHER BRAND Easy to apply Just brush on and I only waited 2 min's and then scraped off. This product took off way more layers than any other brand I've worked with and in less time. Very pleased with the end results. October 18, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Stripping paint is a lot of work I had one layer of paint on filter tank I wanted off. On the top it worked well only were it was flat enough to hold onto a really thick layer of stripper. On the sides of the tank it was less effective and cleaning up the stripper ended up being a lot of work. Like someone else mentioned it seemed to work better years ago. Second and third applications of stripper had minimal effect on remaining paint. If this product has a required product to use for cleanup it should be packaged that way. July 23, 2015
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