1402 Pro Coating Remover
Manufacturer: Rawlins Paints
Specially formulated to be a highly effective non toxic, non flammable and ozone friendly alternative to conventional stripping solvents.
Specially formulated to be a highly effective non toxic, non flammable and ozone friendly alternative to conventional stripping solvents. The unique formula combines multi-layer paint removal with minimal unpleasant side effects, making it the ideal product for use on-site and home DIY projects.
Can be used on a wide spectrum of paints, varnishes, lacquers, powder coating, stains and even Artex® finishes. The extra strength formula will remove up to 20 layers of paint overnight in one thick coat.
• Strips from wood, metal, brick, stone and fibreglass
• Ideal for stubborn graffiti on bare surfaces
• Non-corrosive and non-ozone depleting
• Minimises Health & Safety and Risk Assessment issues.
It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.
|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
|tom park on 18/05/2018|
Would this paint stripper be ideal for removing concrete floor paint from a garage floor ?
To remove floor coatings from concrete we would normally recommend the use of blasting or grinding however for smaller areas like a garage if you wish to try to chemically strip the coating then we would recommend trying Thermoguard Thermostrip PRO.
|Roz on 28/02/2018|
I need to remove graffiti from a breeze block wall. Is this product suitable?
We would recommend Graffiti Magic Bare Surface Graffiti Remover assuming the breeze block was uncoated before the graffiti attack.
|elaine on 08/12/2017|
I need to get thick paint off my stone cills. Is this product suitable or would your themoguard thermos trip be better
Thermoguard Thermostrip PRO would be better suited to this application.
|Andrewmacdonald on 19/07/2017|
Question: Can this product be used for removing exterior emulsion off roughcast thanks
Yes, when using follow instructions on the Technical Data Sheet available to download from the 'DATASHEETS' tab on the product page.
|Lewis Pollock on 14/12/2016|
Question: I will be using you product 1402 Pro Coating Remover today to brickwork. What is the best thing to use to apply it on to the brickwork?
You can apply 1402 Pro Coating Remover to the surface by brush, airless spray or for light coating removal by roller. In all instances apply generously and following instructions on the product Technical Data Sheet available to download from the DATASHEETS tab on the product page on the website.
|Andrew Lloyd on 06/02/2016|
Will 1402 Pro Coating Remover easily strip powder coat off alloy wheels?
It will soften powder coat to help you remove it but it will still require a degree of 'elbow grease' to remove the powder coat once softened. Apply a generous thick coat of 1402 Pro Coating Remover and cover with plastic to prevent it from drying out, leave overnight and re-apply if necessary. Try a test area on your wheels first to ascertain how long you'll need to leave it and to make sure there are no adverse effects.
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