Clean up with Jasco Paint Thinner or Odorless Mineral Spirits.
You can apply Jasco® Prep & Primer to rusted or new bare metal with a brush, roller or pump sprayer. If removing rust, allow the product to sit overnight and then rinse off or wipe the surface with a damp cloth to remove any loose residue. You can then apply Primer, and the new coating when the metal is dry. If prepping new metal, apply and let sit for 15-30 minutes and then rinse or wipe with a damp cloth. Primer and paint can be applied when metal is dry.
Yes, Jasco® Varnish & Stain Remover will remove a wood stain.
The phosphoric acid in Jasco® Prep & Primer will permanently brighten any concrete it comes in contact with.
No, Jasco® Prep & Primer is only intended for use on rusted or bare metal; it will attack paint and turn it gummy.
The best temperature for stripping is 65-85 degrees; anything above or below this temperature causes paint strippers to be ineffective.
We torque these caps tight so that leaks do not occur; use a pair of channel lock pliers or vice grips to help loosen the cap.
No, the chemicals in Jasco® paint strippers will damage fiberglass.
The coverage of a can of Jasco® paint stripper is 20 sq. ft. per quart, and 80 sq. ft. per gallon.
Try scuffing the paint first with a piece of sandpaper or a liquid deglosser like Jasco® Sander Deglosser. This will allow the stripper to penetrate the finish to release it from the surface.