Concrete Sealer Stripper
Removes failed acrylic and urethane-based concrete coatings and sealers that have turned milky white, yellowed or peeled.
The only stripper on the market that was designed to remove failed Acrylic Concrete and Paver Sealers!
Super Stripper will remove failed “wet look” concrete and brick paver sealers. This product will remove sealers that have yellowed or turned white due to over-application, cheap inferior acrylics, or moisture.
Test a small area for results before application. Roll Stripper on concrete. Allow to sit for a minimum of 30 minutes. If the surface is exterior, power wash residue away with water. For interior, use a scrub brush and a flat blade. Stubborn coatings will require multiple applications of stripper. Clean with CLEMONS DEGREASER NEUTRALIZER and rinse with clean water. NOTE: Timing is critical. Test film periodically to determine readiness for removal. Removing too soon will leave a coating. If left too long, the coating will dry and re-seal. Reapplication of the stripper will “reactivate” the surface if it has dried.
Square footage is dependent on previous coatings. Typically covers 75-150 feet per gallon.