StripPaint 9900 is a paint stripper solution specially formulated for cured coatings. Safe for use on multiple surfaces, including aluminum, zinc, magnesium, brass, stainless steel and steel substrates. Removes powder coating, ecoating, and wet-applied coatings.
Use requires an immersion tank. Ensure there is proper ventilation and that industry standard practices are followed at all times.
Immerse parts to be stripped in a solution of 50% StripPaint 9900 and 50% water. Heat tank to 185F for 20 - 60 minutes.
Use pressure washer to rinse parts with clean water.
I restore Nathan Airchime diesel locomotive horns as part of my vapor blasting business. Sometimes they're coated with a tough layer of industrial paint. It is from hell, and blast resistant. I decided to try Strippaint 9900. It works great. I figured the paint would be softened or loosened, but the paint actually fell off the horn. I'm happy with the product. It's a good idea to use anti evaporation balls. At higher temps, it does tend to evaporate faster. I always tested it on a part coated with polyester based powder coat. The powder coat fell off the part. I made a video showing how it works. https://youtu.be/OqISooLotiE
As a garage mechanic, I've been struggling to find a product to remove powdercoat and epoxy paint since aircraft paint stripper was reformulated. I was skeptical of this product's claims but the price was worth trying. I'm glad I did because it really works as claimed! I immediately prepared a batch per directions and stripped 4 large pieces in the same initial solution.
I was a bit skeptical of this product because it was fairly cheap and didn't require a business license to purchase like other type products. I wanted to strip the existing powder coat off of my calipers. When you use this product at the proper temp and dilution, it works amazingly well. I actually could not believe how easily the coating just stripped off after not even 30 minutes. It was effortless spraying off the 2 layer powder coating. This product saves so much time, it's a no-brainer. If you have any questions, just call and ask to speak with a chemist. New lifetime customer!