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Dumand 1005n Peel Away 1 Paint Remover, 5 Gallon


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  • PAINT REMOVER
  • Size : 5 Gallon
  • Heavy-Duty
  • Covers approximately 15-20 sq. ft. per gallon.
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Dumand 1005n Peel Away 1 Paint Remover, 5 Gallon + Dumond Chemicals 1023 Peel Away Laminated Paper, 3-Pack
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Technical Details
Part Number 1005N
Item Weight55 pounds
Product Dimensions12 x 12 x 17 inches
Item model numberPEEL AWAY 1
Item Package Quantity1
CoverageUp to 80 St Ft Per 5-Gallons
  
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ASINB0071MTMAY
Best Sellers Rank #74,848 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight55.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJune 6, 2011
  
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Product Description

Highlights: Size : 5 Gallon Viscosity: 26.5 White paste Covers approximately 15-20 sq. ft. per gallon Removes up to 32 layers of paint in one application Safest method to remove lead paints - eliminates lead dust Water-based, zero VOC, no harmful odors or fumes Ideal for most interior and exterior surfaces Use with Peel Away paper

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The faster you clean the wood the better.
Weenchit
I can tell because when it's dried out and I accidentally get it on my hands, it doesn't burn.
designgnome
Tried a wire brush--ended up with hard to remove goo caked on the bristles.
Jillar

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By designgnome on August 12, 2013
I have used Smart Strip before with great success so I was excited to try it out when I purchased a 70 year home. Smart Strip couldn't handle the many layers of old latex and lead based oil paint so I got Peel Away 1. I expected it to work perfectly but it's been disappointing. There can't be more then 6-7 layers of paint so I figured a stripper claiming to remove 30 layers in one shot would be able to handle this with no problem but it hasn't. My biggest challenge is that even though I put the product on the appropriate thickness, the paint seems to suck up the moisture in Peel Away, drying out in some areas. I do have to say that these areas appear to be where the oil paint is thickest. The paper came with the product so I'm not trying it again and going outside to spritz a fine mist of water on the paper every once in a while to keep it moist. Keeping the product moist is what keeps it activated. I can tell because when it's dried out and I accidentally get it on my hands, it doesn't burn. As soon as the product gets wet, it burns my skin like crazy. I have been working on one window for days now. Luckily, there are only 3 other old windows to do. I'm trying to perfect the process before moving on to the other windows in the hopes that I can get the process down so it only takes one day per window. I'll provide an update as soon as I'm done.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Richmond on July 15, 2013
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Made quick work of several layers of paint. I'd say I have 90% of the bare wood uncovered! Note: be careful NOT to get a hole in your rubber gloves. My skin is fine but it turned my nails BLACK!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jillar on February 14, 2014
I bought a house with a painted brick wall. I tried a lot of things that worked so-so. I was thrilled when I discovered Peel-Away. Unfortunately, the product was a disaster. Neither the paper nor scraping picked up much of the gooey mess. Tried a wire brush--ended up with hard to remove goo caked on the bristles. Switched to solvents with no success. The company says to wash off the residue with water. Water just smears the product so you end up with a surface coated with a thin chewing gum-like substance. I've tried everything, including peanut butter (which actually does work on chewing gum).
Got a phone # for the Peel-Away rep. Still waiting for him to get back to me.
I'm thinking that the only fix is to hang drywall.
I'm really disappointed because that wall was a major reason I bought the house in the 1st place.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Weenchit on December 26, 2013
This is a good product and the cheapest one Dumond makes. Essentially it is Drano in liquid form, that is, it's a very alkaline paste. Anyhow, the trick to make it work is to spread it on THICK. Don't be stingy. This will prevent it from drying out. Secondly, you have to scrape the stripped surface, spritz with water, scrub with a hard nylon brush over and over IMMEDIATELY after you remove the paste. The faster you clean the wood the better. Otherwise you will wind up doing a second application. Same goes for the citrilize. The second the wood is clean, citrilize it. Have everything ready to go before you take the paper and paste off. It's a bit intense but if you do it in this way you will get a good result. One thing I don't like is that the citrilize doesn't neutralize softer woods evenly or effectively where the Peel Away paste soaks in. Therefore, you must let the citrilize work until it dries on its own before priming and painting. Make sure the wood is totally dry before you prime and paint. Also, I'd like it if they included more pH paper to encourage frequent testing at different locations.

All in all, using Peal Away 1 is an art-form. Once you get good at it, it's an effective, albeit labor-intensive, system.
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