a solvent or chemical solution used to remove coatings of paint, varnish, lacquer, etc. prior to refinishing a surface.
A tool or chemical used to remove insulation material from wire or cable.
A chemical compound, in jelly or liquid form used to remove old or damaged paint.
A product used to remove coatings from floor substrates. Specific types are needed for water based coatings; other Types are needed for solvent based coatings.
Specially formulated detergent that breaks the bond of floor wax and finish when used as directed, without damaging flooring material.
a chemical compound used to remove paint or varnish
A product used to remove a finish from the floor without damage to the surface.
Same as Paint and Varnish Remover
Refers to any system designed to remove ("strip") adsorbed liquid from a catalyst particle by subjecting it to a flowing stream of some other fluid. Typically steam is used to strip hydrocarbons from catalysts.
A gel or liquid that is applied to walls to facilitate the removal of old wallpaper.
A detergent which breaks the bond of floor wax and finish without damaging the floor.
A strong reducing agent that is used like bleach to remove color.
a chemical product used to clean the outsides of buildings, floor surfaces, wood, metal, etc.
A compound used to remove undesirable foreign material from a surface. Such compounds should possess good penetration, rinse freely and not attack the substrate.