Concrete sealer stripper
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Description. Avista Concrete Sealer Stripper is a gel based stripper that can be used to remove both solvent and waterbased sealers from concrete surfaces.
Description:I have found that most professional installers will only use biochemical strippers if the work being done is in an environmentally sensitive area where solvent odors, stripper overspray or rinse water could potentially kill grass, plants or trees. There are several types of concrete sealers that have different finishes. Scrape the stripper and sealer residue into a nonreactive bag or container, and repeat the process until the concrete is free of any solid material. Biochemical strippers are the easiest of the stripper categories to work with, have the least offensive odor, and are often considered to be eco-friendly. Caustic strippers are a good option when removing latex, alkyds or enamel paints from concrete.