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Model ZULFFS128

Internet #203144888

Store SKU #255660

128 oz. Heavy Duty Floor Stripper

$9.97 /each
  • Removes acrylic finish and heavy soil from floors
  • Works fast to remove heavy build-up and polishes from floors
  • Safe floor stripper for most commercial and residential flooring

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ZEP Commercial Heavy Duty Floor Stripper removes acrylic finishes from floors in preparation for waxing. The concentrated, high alkaline, low foam formula can be applied with a mop of scrubbing machine. This product is fast-acting and ammonia free.

  • Removes stubborn floor polishes and heavy buildup
  • For use on most types of interior floors including vinyl composition, rubber, asphalt-tile, terrazzo, concrete and no-wax vinyl
  • Can be used as a concentrate
  • Makes up to 9 gal.
  • Step 1 of the ZEP commercial 4 step floor care process
  • Not for use on marble, natural stone or wood floors


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Is this product safe and appropriate for removing years of Mop N Glo from Tarazzo floor?

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August 1, 2016
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Zep is safe for use on terrazzo. We cannot say definitively say that it will remove the Mop-N-Glo since we do not know it's formulation.
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Will this remove epoxy paint from a garage floor ?

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July 7, 2016
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Zep Heavy Duty Floor Stripper is formulated to remove our water-based floor finishes. We would not expect it to remove epoxy paint.
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Will this help me remove vinyl tiles, so I can put down new flooring?

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I need to rip up vinyl tiles, in order to have new ceramic tile put down. These are asbestos tile, and I will take the appropriate safety measures. I cannot afford to have them professionally removed. I just need to know if this product would be better than just plain water to loosen the tile backing and minimize the asbestos particles released in the air.
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June 28, 2016
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This product only remorse wax. hot gun can worked great, it also depends on how old the vinyl flooring is. In one of my floors I had to use a floor jackhammer. Good luck. I hope this helped.
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June 17, 2016
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This is not for removing tiles.
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Hi JoeGreene,
You should not disturb the asbestos tiles in any way. There is no way to prevent the particles from releasing when you attempt to remove the tiles. "Minimizing" is not an alternative. Disposal, then becomes an even bigger and more dangerous health hazard, both to you and to anyone else that subsequently has to handle the tiles.
Encapsulating the floor is an option. Leave the original Read More
Hi JoeGreene,
You should not disturb the asbestos tiles in any way. There is no way to prevent the particles from releasing when you attempt to remove the tiles. "Minimizing" is not an alternative. Disposal, then becomes an even bigger and more dangerous health hazard, both to you and to anyone else that subsequently has to handle the tiles.
Encapsulating the floor is an option. Leave the original floor intact and cover it with your new floor.
Here's an article on the subject: http://community.homedepot.com/howto/DiscussionDetail/Flooring-over-asbestos-tile-90650000000CeYG
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-Travis Read Less
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What would be best to use to remove carpet glue from hardwood floors

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Zep Heavy Duty Floor Stripper is not recommended for use on hardwood floors as damage may occur.
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MADE MY FLOOR LOOK LIKE NEW USED THIS PRODUCT TO STRIP MY 37 YEAR OLD VINYL FLOOR. I WAS USING MOP AND GLOW AND THE FLOOR WAS LOOKING DIRTY. MIXED THE STRIPPER AT A 4:1 RATIO OF HOT WATER TO STRIPPER. I ONLY MIXED ENOUGH TO DO A 4'X8' AREA, DOING ONE 4'X4' AREA AT A TIME. THIS WAY THE STRIPPER STAYED HOT AND WORKED BETTER. I APPLIED THE STRIPPER WITH A RAG. AFTER LETTING SET FOR 5 MINUTES I SCRUBBED THE AREA WITH A BRUSH I BOUGHT AT HOME DEPOT. I CLEANED THE AREA WITH HOT WATER AND A TOWEL. MAKED SURE TO KEEP THE RINSE WATER HOT AND CLEAN. I WORE RUBBER GLOVES TO PROTECT MY HANDS. AFTER THE FLOOR WAS STRIPPED I APPLIED 2 COATS OF ZEP STAIN RESISTANT FLOOR SEALER. I FINISHED THE FLOOR WITH 3 COATS OF ZEP HIGH TRAFFIC FLOOR POLISH. THE FLOOR LOOKS LIKE NEW AGAIN! April 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Zep floor stripper I tired two other strippers that did not work at all. Last resort I tired Zep and I'm so glad. Took two hours to three days. Love it. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great floor stripper! Ihaveusedthisproductfor17 years it works great when yourdone use the zep floor wax amazing April 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Wax Stripper!!! I've been trying to remove this haze of wax on my wood floor. I tried vinegar and water and other items and nothing worked. I asked a Home Depot employee what would remove the wax build-up on my floor and he handed me the Zep Stripper. My floor looks new again. May 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I will never ever recommend this product to anyone……… I will never ever recommend this product to anyone……… Went to home depot down the street and purchased today……. Applied per instructions and used a hard brush scrubber…… Then went over it with my carpet cleaner to rinse completely….. No results, so I applied full strength over the floor to remove the greasy grime….. Let sit for 15 minutes……. Rinsed – Zero results……. Your product is a fortified smelly cleaner and that is it……… April 4, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by didnt work as well as I thought it would I used this but it didnt get the grime off the tile floor like it stated it would. March 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Thumbs down I have linoleum floors that have a few layers of wax on them. I mixed Zep as instruction said 16 oz per gal. No results. Then 32 oz per gallon. No results. Then I poured it full strength directly on the floor. With A LOT. Of scrubbing it lifted. I scrubbed a 4x4 area for about 30 mins. That's entirely too much work. I will be finding something else April 6, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poor quality, what has happened to Zep? Very poor wax stripper, what has happened to Zep products? I think I would give it more stars for the packaging than for the quality. It's a little overpriced. I had to come back and get more stripper to finish the job. The wax that was being removed was a Zep wax, so I don't honestly understand why a stripper from the same company couldn't remove it. February 10, 2016
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