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  Item: RemovALL 620 Marine/Anti-Fouling Paint Remover
 
 
  Size: 1-gallon
 
 
  Appearance: White foamed emulsion
 
 
  VOC Content: 67 g/L .56 Lbs./Gal.  
     
  Case Pack: 4 gallon(s) to 1 case.
 
 
  UPC Code: 6-27951-62010-3  
  Quick Product Facts  
     
 

RemovALL™ 620 Marine Paint Remover is a water-based paint stripper designed specifically to remove anti-fouling and other paints from fiberglass surfaces. This makes them the perfect choice for pleasure boats. It is biodegradable, safer than conventional strippers, user-friendly and environmentally safe:

  • Fully biodegradable.
  • Non-flammable.
  • Contains no TAPs or HAPs.
  • Non-carcinogenic.
  • Easily cleans up with running water.
  • Low VOCs.
  • Non-ozone-depleting.
  • Not regulated by authorities for transportation.
  • Low odor.
  • Multiple coats of anti-fouling removed with only one application.
  • Safe for most gel coats on fiberglass.
  • Will not damage epoxy coated cold molded hulls.
  • Harmless for boatyards water catchment system.
 
     
 

 

 
 
  RemovALL™ 620 Marine/Anti-Fouling Paint Remover
 
 
 

buy RemovALL 620 Marine/Anti-Fouling Paint Remover onlineTypical Uses:
RemovALL™ 620 has been proven to effectively lift all kinds of anti-fouling paint including modified epoxies, copolymers, resins and vinyl. It also works effectively on other paint systems like urethanes, latex, varnish, lacquer and marine enamels. Specifically engineered for fiberglass surfaces, RemovALL™ 620 has become the choice products for stripping anti-fouling paint from boats.

Coverage:
Approximately 40 to 75 sq.ft./US Gal. (1 to 2.2 sq.m/L).

Desirable wet film thickness of stripper is approximately one and a half times the dry film thickness of the paint. Minimum wet film thickness should be 20 mils (500 microns) for one layer of anti-fouling.

The number of layers of anti-fouling paint you are removing will determine how heavy to apply stripper.


Optimum Temperature:
Surface temperatures should be 65 to 95°F (20 to 32°C).

The product should not be used at temperatures lower than 40°F (4.4°C).


Dwell Time:
The time required for penetration varies according to the type of paint, the thickness of the paint and the temperature.

Most paint systems require between 2 to 36 hours, but we suggest to check every 4 hours.

Equipment & Tools:
This product is engineered for spray application.

Airless sprayers are recommended. A typical medium size airless sprayer (Hero 85 SEL) is capable of spraying this product. Equip the sprayer with a tip size of 0.019 inches or larger. (Example: a 519 or 425 tip).

Other equipment: Pole scrub brushes, scraper, masking tape, polyethene sheets 0.7-1.5 mil, pressure washer, electric drill with mixer, empty pails for clean-up, running water, rags.

Safety Precautions:
Proper safety procedures should be followed at all times while handling the product.  Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet for important health / safety information before use.

 
 

Conduct a small test patch in an inconspicuous area to ensure product performance.  Remember that Anti-fouling paint is very porous and often absorbs your first application of the stripper.

 
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