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Motsenbockers 1 gal. #5 Latex Paint Remover
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1 gal. #5 Latex Paint Remover

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Motsenbocker’s Lift Off 1 gal. #5 Latex Paint Remover Lift Off works on fresh and old latex paint, linseed oil, water-based sealers, wood stains, paint overspray, stencil paint and lacquer. It cleans paint tools and equipment, brushes, windows, cabinets, floors, vehicles, concrete and stone.

  • Safe to use on multiple surfaces including spray equipment, fabric, carpeting, concrete, brick, brushes, floors, linoleum, brick, tile and cars
  • Water-based formula
  • Non-corrosive
  • Non-flammable
  • Received an A rating for performance by consumer testing labs CTL
  • Certified as biodegradable by scientific certification systems
  • Low in volatile organic compounds (VOC)
  • Low-VOC formula compliant in all 50 states
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how can I get latex paint overspray off my vinyl perferated soffit?

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HOUSE SPRAY PAINTED A COPLE OF WEEKS AGO AND HAVE OVERSPRAY ON SOFFIT.
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You can use Motsenbocker's Lift Off Latex Paint Remover to remove the overspray. First check for dye issues by testing Lift Off in an inconspicuous area of the soffit. You can spray directly on to the soffit, or apply on a clean, cotton towel. Then rub the soffit with the saturated towel. You can also use a tooth brush, or a similar brush with a larger surface, to help remove the loosened paint.
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We have a soffit green metal brown overspray got on it can I use this product and not hurt the green

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If the metal that is soft green paint was a factory finished application, then Motsenbocker's Lift Off Latex Paint Remover will not destroy the paint. However, if the green paint was hand painted, Lift Off Latex Paint remover will likely affect the finish. If possible, test in an inconspicuous area.
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Will this take latex paint overspray off my sealed concrete garage floor?

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If you are attempting to remove both the sealant and the latex paint, I would recommend that you use Motsenbocker's Lift Off Paint & Varnish Remover. It can remove both layers. It is a gel formula that you brush on; let it set for upward of 3 minutes; then scrap off with a plastic scraper. You can reapply if more product is necessary.
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Will this clean epoxy paint overspray off of vehicles?

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Yes, you can use Motsenbocker's Lift Off Spray Paint & Graffiti Remover to clean epoxy paint off of a vehicle. We recommend that you spray Lift Off Spray Paint & Graffiti Remover on to a clean, cloth towel. Using the saturated towel, rub the surface of the vehicle where the paint over spray is located. Repeat this process until the paint over spray is gone. Then we recommend you wash off that section of Read More
Yes, you can use Motsenbocker's Lift Off Spray Paint & Graffiti Remover to clean epoxy paint off of a vehicle. We recommend that you spray Lift Off Spray Paint & Graffiti Remover on to a clean, cloth towel. Using the saturated towel, rub the surface of the vehicle where the paint over spray is located. Repeat this process until the paint over spray is gone. Then we recommend you wash off that section of the vehicle with soap and water. Read Less
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1 gal. #5 Latex Paint Remover is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product! It removed the wrong paint used on new garage doors by painters, yet left the factory finish intact. Other products destroyed the finish.
Date published: 2016-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works really well I used this product to remove heavy overspray from latex paint/primer. The underlying floor was coated with epoxy. Used a spray bottle to coat the DRY surface, the more the better or course. I then took a stiff bristled brush on a handle and after a couple minutes of wait time did a crossing pattern and the paint just melts away. I then used a 3000 psi gas powered power washer to blast it to a clean unharmed epoxy surface. Let the chemical do the work, if after scrubbing it looks like it won't spray clean, do yourself a favor and apply just a little more with your spray bottle and rescrub. Then spray it away. Once your floor is WET the chemical won't work as well as it does dry so don't wast your product. I have 5000 ft2 to cover and I ordered 7 gallons which should leave me some. Next time I'll cover the floor.... Experiment a bit with your sprayer to determine the optimum coverage, it took less than I thought it would.
Date published: 2016-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Product I Found I recently bought a fixer upper and decided to stain the concrete floors. Unfortunately there was a ton of glue from old vinyl tile, latex paint, and greasy black blobs on the floor. After much frustration with results from many different stripping products on the latex paint (Klean Strip, Tuff Job, Dad's Easy Spray, Soy Gel, Paint Thinner, and more) I skeptically bought a little bottle of Motsenbocker's #5. It not only did better than all other products at taking up the latex paint, it also removed the glue! I couldn't have been more pleased with the results - and it's biodegradable, not very fumy, and easy to clean up. On top of all that, it's cheaper than most other products at $20 a gallon. Home Depot only sells 22 oz bottles in the store so order the gallons online. I used this product with a floor maintainer (big buffer) and then used Rapid Strip wheels on grinders and drills to take up remaining paint. Bean-E-Doo worked for the black blobs and remaining mastic.
Date published: 2009-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great I got this because I need to strip some paint off a cinderblock wall in my basement, it is the only paint stripper I could find that I could use in a confined space. It works great, much better than the gel stuff I used on a dresser last year. Spray it on, leave it for a minute, then scrape it off (in this case I'm using a wire brush, which works awesome). It's mostly Acetone, so it smells like nail polish remover, I can work for about 45 minutes in the basement before I start to get loopy, which is about all I can tolerate anyways. It's much faster than any pain stripper I've used before, if it doesn't come off on the first round I spray it again, on really thick spots it has taken 3 coats, but never more than that. This paint has been on the wall since the 70s or 80s and it comes right off with the wire brush.
Date published: 2016-01-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product. Even takes paint off clothes and furniture. I got a gallon of Lift Off 5 to fill the spray bottle I have been using on wooden floors that are polyurethaned. For thick drips, I leave it on 25 minutes. For smudges, it takes less time. Lift Off 5 removes latex paint and Peel Away 7 from my clothes! The directions are very clear. I used Lift Off 5 on a fine wood table that was too near a paint sprayer about 2 years before. Another product smeared the paint. Now there is not a trace of paint left and the finish is like new.
Date published: 2011-07-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Paint remover I purchased a home about a week ago. i needed a paint remover to take paint off the kitchen cabinets. This prouduct works great my made the cabinets look new again. All i had to do was refinish them it was AMAZING.
Date published: 2010-04-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good for small jobs I hoped it would remove large areas of paint from a concrete wall. It did not. I also spilled latex paint onto asphalt and it would not remove it. However, it worked well on smooth concrete in the shade and on clothing. Recommended for very small jobs only.
Date published: 2012-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked very well. Product works very well. Removed latex overstay on hardwood flooring while leaving the floor finish in place. Nice smell and keeps paint in suspension as long as you keep it wet. Use with additional water to keep it moist and pulled up the paint very well
Date published: 2014-02-22
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