This Amazing Non-Hazardous Stripper Removes Coatings, Sealers, and More!
Endurable Power Stripper is a unique stripper that contains no toxic solvents, no caustics, yet it removes almost any coating, sealer, paint, or varnish on concrete, wood, and most other substrates.
What makes this product so effective is that it has a much slower evaporation rate than typical solvent-based strippers. This allows it to remove several layers of coatings without dissipating and losing strength.
Plus, unlike other strippers, Endurable Power Stripper will not burn skin. There’s no need to wear gloves or hand protection. If you get it on your skin, it will not burn or irritate (though it will eat through any rubber in your clothes or shoes).
Endurable Power Stripper has excellent coverage rates and can be easily applied by a roller or mop.
This unique stripper has a very mild odor, which makes it ideal for use in indoor applications where building occupants are present.
Note: Not recommended for use over resilient surfaces, such as vinyl, VCT, or rubber flooring.
We highly recommend doing a small test area to determine effectiveness, coverage rate, and time needed for product to work.
Product should be applied at temperatures above 45°F. You should not walk on the stripper with rubber- or vinyl-soled shoes as the stripper softens rubber and vinyl.
Remember to not let the Endurable Power Stripper dry out. If it does dry, simply re-apply a few minutes before you are going to remove the coating to re-emulsify it.
Applying the Endurable Power Stripper with a roller or mop and then agitating it with a coarse nylon brush may help to soften the coating and make it easier to remove.
Sometimes spraying a 1:1 mixture of water and power stripper over the softened coating may make it easier to remove with less cleanup.
You may mix Endurable Power Stripper with the Endurable Vertical Stripper to make a slightly thicker version that will stay wet longer when working on large areas.
When working around a pool deck or fountain, it might be best to shut the pool down until after all coating removal has been finished. Any residual coating or materials can then be vacuumed out of the pool by a pool cleaning company. They will remove the filters and clean the pool without damaging the equipment.