|Item Weight||2.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.2 x 2.2 x 8 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||GO326|
|Size||30 - 40 ounces|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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KRUD KUTTER GO32 Gloss-Off Prepaint Surface Preparation, 32-Ounce
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- Water based, non-toxic, biodegradable, non-flammable and xylene-free
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- From the most trusted name in serious, non-solvent cleaning Krud Kutter
- Super concentrated, ready to use formula
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This means that you're depending on something other than a surface with some tooth to it to provide adhesion. Fortunately, some primers, such as Zissner Bullseye 123, will adhere well to glossy surfaces. Otherwise, you'd be back in the past, where everybody knew you had better sand glossy surfaces to give the paint something to grip. I sanded anyway, because there's no way the makers of this product are going to come out and redo my cabinets.
Although not purchased through amazon, I was disappointed enough with this product that I believe it warranted a review. It was sold to us as a safe product to use in de-glossing old paint finishes to prepare them for a recoat. Unfortunately it did not remove any gloss off the surface and as others mentioned its cleaning ability was average at best. We learnt this the hard way after repainting and having issues with the adhesion of the paint to a previous glossy oil based surface (even when using a primer/undercoat). It was our intention to sand initially but this product looked like the answer to save a lot of mess and time. Perhaps there are certain surfaces that will work better on, but if the surface you intend to use it with is has a high gloss I'd be cautious.
We really liked the fact that it was less toxic than other products, as well as simple to apply, but if it can not even preform it's function then what is the point.
Update Jan 2014: I still had heaps of product left so decided to use it again as we paint furniture as a hobby business. Gloss Off has now become a staple in our prep process. Although it did not work very well the first time we tried it, we have noticed however that it does seem to dissolve or de gloss - to some degree - a previous painted surface. Adhesion of paint is critical for us and there are some surfaces that we only want to sand lightly, so combined with Gloss Off, it will allow for greater adhesion. I would always recommend a light sand first and then a wipe over with Gloss Off to clean and complete the job. This process does not take very long and in some instances we have only used Gloss Off and it has still worked.Read more ›
Wrong. It's just some kind of cleaner. If paint isn't sticking well to a surface because it's greasy, obviously cleaning off the grease (with any cleaning product) would help. But It's had zero effect reducing the glossy-ness of my painted wood. The paint I brushed on a test area had just as much difficulty adhering as before.
By the way, it didn't even lighten scuff marks, despite much scrubbing, and didn't do any better than Mr. Clean at scrubbing new brown marks off a door frame the cat likes to scratch her back on!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like this. It's milder than anything else. You can paint 10 minutes later, or six days later. Very convenient that way. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Shackelford
I bought this to degloss my kitchen cabinets before painting. I did not notice any deglossing, and the paint didn't seem like it was going to adhere during that first coat but it... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nora Rogers
Worked fantastically to clean/degloss a varnished wood dresser before painting. Went on and came off very easily.Published 5 months ago by Rebecca G.
Cleans up when preparing something or painting. I would not say it de-glosses exactly but I have never had to repaint anything after I used the product.Published 7 months ago by Nancy Avolese
Is a good all purpose cleaner, but definitely doesn't take off any gloss. I used it before painting drawer pulls. It cleans them but they were just as glossy as before.Published 8 months ago by Hillary Jones
It doesn't really take any gloss off, it's more of a good cleaner/degreaser.Published 9 months ago by reallycleverusername
This was okay. Didn't really work like I expected. Probably my fault as I was looking for an easy way rather than having to sand.Published 10 months ago by Carsok
This stuff works wonderfully well for cleaning paint brushes. I wouldn’t be without it.Published 13 months ago by James W. Head