Seal ’n Lock Bio-Strip
Seal ’n Lock Bio Strip stripper is a novel blend of environmentally friendly compounds formulated into a non-toxic, highly effective paint stripping system. This unique product contains 15% bio-renewable
carbon and its high loading capacity gives it the ability to strip surfaces in one application. It is an excellent alternative to hazardous low flash point materials such as methylene chloride, NMP, and acetone; which are commonly used for stripping applications.
- Ideal for removing acrylics, enamels, epoxies, lacquers, latexes, moisture-cured
coatings and urethanes from most substrates.
- High flash point
- High loading capacity makes stripper last longer.
- Low evaporation rate allows for long stripper on substrate dwell times and lower
volume use due to fewer reapplications resulting from solvent evaporation
before the coating is removed.
- Will not harm aluminum, composites, concrete, metal, steel or wood
Toxicological & Environmental Profile
- Contains no carcinogenic or toxic compounds
- Contains no peroxides, methylene chloride, NMP or other dangerous chemicals
- Contains no ozone depleting chemicals, no hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) and no global
- No SARA reportable components
- Readily bio-degradable
- VOC compliant per EPA, AQMD, and CARB regulations
Application and use
Because these products are bio-solvent blends they
strip differently from industry standard strippers like methylene chlorine or
NMP. Bio-strippers need time to work as the stripping mechanism is
different from petroleum-based solvents. Bio-solvents penetrate paints
and coatings and work by breaking the bond between the coating and the
substrate, whereas petroleum based solvents work by dissolving coatings.
As a result it is important to give the bio-stripper time to work. For 2
part urethane/epoxies and/or thicker coatings, we recommend 2 Mils stripping to
substrate followed by covering the area with plastic cover for 12 hours and
then pressure washing the stripper from the surface. We believe in letting the chemicals do the
Apply 1 - 2 mils of stripper to substrate.
Allow sufficient time to lift paint. Remove with a plastic paint
scrapper. Typically a dwell time of 45 to 60 minutes is sufficient for a
waterborne 2 part urethanes and other coatings. Dwell times needed to remove
coatings are dependent on the coating thickness, type and age as well as the
porosity of the surface. A second
stripper application may be necessary.
Performance Data: The data below outlines typical performance for
removing various types of coatings.
Coating time will vary depending on coating thickness and surface
- Acrylic coating (12mils) Strip time = 20 to 30 minutes
- Acrylic (12 mils) over elastomeric (8 mils) Strip time = 3 hours
- Moisture-cured epoxy Strip time = 10 to 20 minutes
- 2 Part waterborne epoxy Strip time = 45 to 60 minutes
- Oil & water stains, transparent or pigmented Strip time = 20 to 30 minutes
- Oil Based Enamel Strip time = 20 to 30 minutes
- Polyurethane Strip time = 45 to 60 minutes