Model # 255448

Internet #204643900

Rust-Oleum Automotive 1-qt. Aircraft Remover (Case of 4)

Rust-Oleum Automotive

1-qt. Aircraft Remover (Case of 4)

$4748 /case

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Product Overview

Rust-Oleum Automotive 1-qt. Aircraft Remover (Case of 4) is ideal for the toughest removal jobs. This professional grade formula starts working in five minutes to effectively cut through all types of finishes. Removes the toughest of finishes.

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  • Allow surface to dry before applying a new finish
  • Prime metal as soon as possible to prevent flash rust
  • Professional grade
  • Quart and gallon versions are non-flammable
  • Product is non-corrosive to all common metals under normal exposure time
  • In just 10 minutes leaves a bare surface that is ready to be primed or painted
  • Clean up with soap and water

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is this safe to use on cast iron

Asked by: DonnaP
Yes, Rust-Oleum Aircraft Remover can be used on cast iron surfaces. Be sure to follow the directions on the can carefully to ensure best results.
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2016-05-27

Is it safe to use on concrete floors

Asked by: leon
Rust-Oleum Aircraft Remover is designed for use on metal surfaces only. This product may not be compatible with all surfaces and all conditions surrounding the application. Before applying to any surface, always test the product in a small inconspicuous area to ensure no damage will result.
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2016-06-03

Is it safe to use this on military grade polymer?

Looking to strip about 4 to 5 coats of paint and 2 coats of clear off a polymer gun stock.
Asked by: Solidus0590
We do not recommend using Rust-Oleum Aircraft Remover on a polymer gun stock. There are properties of the remover that will likely cause harm to a polymer.
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2016-05-20

Will this remove powder coating.

Asked by: harry
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