Remove Acrylic Paint
Eventually, every business owner, home owner, hobbyist, enthusiast, and do-it-yourself'er comes across a project that requires the removal of paint and in many instances, this is a job to remove acrylic paint: So, the question of how to best go about removal of paint arises. Though acrylic paint suspensions are able to be diluted with water when liquid, when dry they are water resistant; therefore, other methods are necessary to remove acrylic paint. There are a number of methods that can be employed to remove acrylic paint: The more familiar include, media blasting, high pressure water blasting, grinding or sanding, heat, laser, chemical strippers, or some combination of these approaches. Chemical strippers offer significant advantages over other methods for removal of paint: much lower airborne contaminants than media blasting, less effluent waste than high pressure water, less risk of substrate damage than heating, grinding, blasting, or lasers, and no need for costly application equipment. Chemical strippers do, however, have some environmental, health, and safety issues that must be considered. In the past, dangerous materials which comprise toxic poisons, carcinogens, severe skin irritants, hazardous air pollutants, and toxic wastes, were used as effective paint and adhesive removers but, posed severe risks to the users and the environment. Fortunately, safer products are available today; like our RonJohn® paint and adhesive removers which are blends of raw materials that pose lower risk but, have powerful solvency.
To Remove Acrylic paint
To use, simply
- Apply your RonJohn® paint remover by immersion, brush, or spray.
- Allow the solvent time to soften the paint (the amount of time necessary will vary by paint type, thickness, and temperature).
- Once the paint is softened, scrape it off with a sharp putty knife or paint scrapper.
- Reapply and scrape if necessary.
- To remove acrylic paint from textured surface or for removal of stain from wood, rub with scotchbrite type pad or fine steel wool.
- Clean residue from surface and allow to dry.
We have great products for your paint removing project whether it's wood, metal, masonry, or fiberglass. There's no need to wonder how to remove acrylic paint from your project. Our RonJohn® products make quick work of most paint removing jobs. And, you don't have to worry about raising wood grain with RonJohn®. Fast,effective, and safe, our products have many uses around the home, refinishing shop, and workplace: From clean-up of equipment and over spray to removing tough wood and metal paints.
RonJohn® Liquid Strip quickly cuts through varnishes, polyurethane, latex, acrylic, enamel, and epoxy paints. And, it is great for cleaning application equipment. This product conforms to CARB's VOC requirements for a number of applications due to its low partial vapor pressure.
RonJohn® Auto Strip is a medium viscosity gel specifically designed for effectiveness on automotive paint systems. This is the safest, most effective formula we have developed for removing both OEM and aftermarket automotive paint systems. It's also the best we offer for removing powder coat. It contains no chlorinated solvents.
RonJohn® Dip Strip is a fast acting paint remover with a mineral oil cap to reduce emissions when heated in a dip tank. This product conforms to CARB's VOC requirements for a number of applications due to its low partial vapor pressure. Certified to Air Force MIL-PRF-83936C for use for aircraft paint removal. NSN:8010-01-374-4336.
RonJohn® Gel Strip is a high viscosity version of RonJohn® Liquid Strip. It works well on the same types of materials but, its extra thickness keeps it in place on non-horizontal applications. It stays in place and does the job. RonJohn® Gel Strip conforms with CARB's VOC requirements for a number of applications due to its low partial vapor pressure.
RonJohn® TK-10 General Purpose is a low VOC solvent for general purpose cleaning and removal of uncured coatings, adhesives, and over spray. With about 20% VOC content it is compliant in all states except California where only some regions have exempted one of its components, tertiary butyl acetate. RonJohn® TK-10 General Purpose is great for removal of many water-based adhesives, paint and foam over spray,and uncured materials.
CCR: 696U1 DUNS: 966993425