Forums Resources Workbench Essentials Non Toxic Paint Remover

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  • #9207
    JMSracer
    JMSracer
    Member

    Hi Guys

    I highly recommend the EZ Strip all purpose remover.  It works really well… It removes lacquer’s and acrylic paints from your brush and hands without the toxic smell and chemicals on your skin.  I consider this a must have.  It can be found in your neighbourhood Home Depot paint department for $12 +/- a bottle.

    ez

  • #9208
    Ken
    Ken
    Member

    Thanks JMS.

    Ken

    I came in last. But had a blast!

  • #9209
    MiA
    MiA
    Member

    Thanks Jim, I’ll give it a try.

  • #9210
    JMSracer
    JMSracer
    Member

    Once you use this stuff you will never go back to the toxic products used in the past.  This works just as well if not better and without any toxic smell.  It’s really impressive, it removes all types of paint, markers, ink, adhesive, glue, decals, tree pitch, bugs, tar, kitchen/garage grease, and any tough sticky stuff… you will love it.

  • #9339
    Art
    Art
    Moderator

    This is good news JMSracer and a must have on the workbench if that is the case!

    ...just lay it on the line...

  • #9341
    DB
    DB
    Member

    Picked up a small container today at HD for $4.97 to test it out on a few track buildings.  Thanks for the heads up Jim.

    • #9347
      DB
      DB
      Member

      Worked a treat on Scaly track buildings and there was no damage to the plastic.  Have a few cars with bad paint jobs which are next in line. :good:

       

    • #9355
      Art
      Art
      Moderator

      Let us know how quickly it cleans those bad paint jobs… Thanks DB!

      ...just lay it on the line...

  • #9358
    DB
    DB
    Member

    Here are some pics of my progress. Two cars.  One heavily painted and I suspect multiple paint jobs.  Second, mostly decals with some paint.

    Conclusions:

    Worth having on your workbench

    Works really well on decals

    Depending on the kind of paint used it works well or requires multiple applications.

    The Corvette required 3 heavy applications and then targeted additional applications. This was a really thick paint and looked like it was applied by a brush.   The plastic body is not damaged in any way.   The last picture is the best it is going to be but with wet/dry sandpaper and a good primer it can be revived to live again!

    DB

     

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