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A: Not to strong. It strong enough that you would have to use it in a ventilated area, but not strong enough you would need a respirator.
A: Use Klean Strip Paint Thinner with adequate ventilation to prevent build-up of vapors. Open all windows and doors. Use only with a cross ventilation of moving fresh air across the work area. If strong odor is noticed or you experience slight dizziness, headache, nausea, or eye-watering - Stop - ventilation is inadequate. Leave area immediately.
A: Porgy62 - Klean Strip Paint Thinner is meant to be used on wood, metal and masonry and can damage or discolor fabrics such as leather. You can always call our Klean Strip helpline at 1-800-398-3892 when you have questions about our products.
A: It might, depending on the type of paint and how dry the paint is when you start. Regardless, it might also damage the flooring/trim, depending on what it's made of. You could test the combination where damage would not be so obvious. My own method for cleaning up paint drops, after I curse myself out for not masking or using a drop cloth, is to wait until they are completely dry, then chip them off. Try first with a fingernail. Wiping when wet only smears the paint into the grain of the material it contaminated, making a worse mess and more difficult removal.
|Name||4 lbs. Pouch Trisodium Phosphate Free (4-Pack)||1 gal. Paint Thinner (4-Pack)||1 gal. Boiled Linseed Oil||1-qt. Low VOC Epoxy and Lacquer Thinner (4-Pack)|
|Container Size||2 Gallon||4 Gallon||1 Gallon||1 Quart|
|Solvent Type||Water-Based||Mineral Spirits||Linseed oil||Acetone|
|Features||No Additional Features||Combustible||Combustible||No Additional Features|
|Recommended Surfaces||All-Surface||Hard Non-Porous Surfaces,Painted Surfaces,Wood||Wood||Multisurface|
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