|Manufacturer Part Number||10101|
|Manufacturer Description||PAINT & VARNISH REMOVER|
|Country of Origin Code||United States of America|
|For Use On||Interior/Exterior Wood|
|Removes||Paint,Varnish, Wood Finishes|
|ApproxCoverage||50 sq ft per qt|
|Type||Non-Toxic, No Drip, Semi-Paste Remover|
PAINT & VARNISH REMOVER
Item # 771406
Model # 10103
3PC OX HAIR ART BRUSH
Item # 772242
Model # AR10106
This product is pretty great. Basically no smell. Used it to remove decades (almost 100 years worth!) of paint and tar from old tiles off the hardwood landings in our stairwell. Applied thick covered in plastic film and left it overnight (almost 16 hours). Everything scraped off with a dull putty knife with only a couple troublesome tar spots that took a little extra elbow grease. I've used several types of strippers over the years and though this one took the longest it was by far the most pleasant to use and didn't require any extra scraping compared to similar products.
My wife bought 2 gallons of the 3M Sagest Stripper for removing paint from out kitchen Cabinets. I applied the stripper per instructions and it did not do ANYTHING. After several days of using the product and scrapping and scrapping I was finally able to get ONE surface done. I finally gave up and headed to the local hardware store and found a product that works. This product might be good if your at trying to remove 3M Post-it notes but it does not work on paint or varnish.