A product or chemical that softens old paint or varnish and is easily scraped off.
A product designed to soften or lift old paint and varnish films and facilitate their easy removal by use of scrapers, brush, steel wool or rinsing. Common removers contain a solvent such as methylene chloride, wax, surfactants, etc. Newer removers are non-chloride and use a combination of surfactants and in some cases low volatility solvents. Also known as strippers.
A chemical that softens old paint or varnish and permits it to be easily scraped off. Also called "stripper."
Generally refers to a class of chemicals that softens a dried paint film allowing easier removal by scraping or hosing off with water.
A mixture of active solvents used to remove paint and varnish coatings.
A compound that softens old Paint or varnish and permits scraping off the loosened material.
A compound that softens old paint or varnish, permitting loosened material to be scraped off.