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Interlux Interstrip Semi-Paste Marine Paint Stripper

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SKU: ILX-299EQ
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Shipping Restrictions: Ground Only To Contiguous 48 States

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$47.13

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Product Description

Interlux Interstrip 299EQ Semi-Paste Marine Paint Stripper

  • Interstrip Semi-Paste Paint and Varnish Stripper
  • Sold in Quart Size
  • Safe for Fiberglass surfaces
  • Has Low Odor
  • Stays Wet Longer Allowing Longer  Work Time

***WILL SHIP GROUND ONLY TO THE CONTIGUOUS 48 STATES ONLY***

Additional Information

Manufacturer Interlux Paint
Manufacture Part Number 299EQ
UPC 81948402996

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How To Apply

PREPARATION: Protect floor or work area with a plastic tarp to catch run-off.

METHOD: With a natural bristle brush, apply a liberal coat of Interstrip Semi-Paste over paint in an area no larger than 10 square feet at one time. Allow the Interstrip Semi-Paste to stand until all layers of existing paint are penetrated. This will vary from as little as 15 minutes for one layer to as long as 2 hours for several coats depending on temperature. Begin scraping. If the paint does not come off easily, reapply and increase the waiting time. After the surface is thoroughly scraped clean, apply Interstrip Liquid Stripper 399 to remove any residual paint or wipe the surface with a rag or pad soaked with Fiberglass Solvent Wash 202.

HINTS: Ventilation and Humidity Control Apply in a well ventilated area. Brush Use a natural bristle brush. Other Enamels removed from fiberglass will reveal gelcoat that has not been exposed to the same level of UV light as the surrounding area. Color variations in the gelcoat are likely.