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Paint Stripping
Systems

Aerosol | Oil |  Emulsion |  Epoxy | Lacquer | Latex | Silicone | Varnish | Acrylic

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General Paint Removal

Removing paint can be a massive undertaking and a pain to deal with.

Choosing the right paint stripper can turn a difficult job into an easy one.

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Varnish/Lacquer Removal

Varnishes and Lacquers can be stubborn to remove. To soften them up it is best to use a chemical that will make it easy to scrap up rather than using sand paper. 

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Graffiti/Bitumen Removal

There are many graffiti removers on the market but like paint strippers they all have their own strengths. Being careful about what substrate the graffiti is on is the most important thing to consider as graffiti removers can damage substrates like glass. It is always best to discuss before purchasing.  

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Industrial Paint Removal

Industrial strength paints like epoxy paints are very hard wearing paints for busy and harsh environment. See our Industrial Flooring section for more info.

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Successful for 35 years - and now even better!

At the international FARBE trade fair in 1984, as a pioneer to the professional world, we presented the first CHC-free paint stripper in Europe. Since then, facade paints, wall paints, varnishes, adhesives and 2K coatings have been removed with Scheidel paint strippers on thousands of square meters in Germany and internationally. The tried and tested gel products have been continuously developed in terms of their application and environmental friendliness - with ever better effects.

 

Process of Paint Strippers and  Remover Applications

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Our Products

 
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ASUR

1K paints, oil paints, glazes, dispersion paints, plastic plaster, latex paints, adhesives, PU foam, fiberglass wallpaper, waxes and much more.

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Drystrip Allround

Dissolves emulsion paints, latex paints, 1K paints.

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1K ​​paints, 2K paints eg PU, epoxy, stoving and powder paints, fillers, fire protection coatings.

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Strip Away LV

An environmentally safer paint remover because it DOES NOT contain Methylene Chloride or caustic and is chemically more in harmony with the environment.

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AG 2

A specially formulated blend of solvents developed to remove all forms of graffiti from sensitive surface and anti graffiti coatings 

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SL1 Shadow Lifter

Graffiti shadow ad ghost remover

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SG 94

Dissolves emulsion paints, latex paints, acrylates, plastic plaster, adhesives, PU foam.

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Drystrip Alkaline 

Dissolves oil paints, alkyd resin
paints, glazes and red lead.

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Tavec 201 is a biodegradable multiple layer paint stripper, formulated for removal of most paint types, urethanes and other coatings.

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Cocopaste

Hydrophobising impregnation on a silane/siloxane base in aqueous emulsion form

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AG 3

Alkali-free stripping agent, removes graffiti and paint

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Shadow Chaser

Graffiti shadow ad ghost remover

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BLITZ

Universally suitable for removing 1K and 2K paints, PU paints, epoxy and powder coatings, adhesives and all paints based on oil paints, alkyd resin and dispersions.

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Powerclean

Aqueous paints (acrylic base), epoxy, glue, 2K paints, oil paints (limited).

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The product is a viscous, poultice paste utilising water-soluble sodium hydroxide as the highly alkaline active ingredient to break down and liquefy multiple layers of paint in a single application

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Remmers AGE Paint & Graffiti Remover

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AG 4

A specially formulated blend of solvents and biodegradable detergents developed to remove graffiti from more porous or extensively vandalised surfaces where a longer 'dwell time' is required

 
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