Concrete Sealer Stripper 5 Gallon

$239.99
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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 Arcylic Concrete and Paver Sealers!

SuperStripper 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.

Application:

  1. Roll the product on the failed sealer
  2. Let sit for 10-20 minutes
  3. Power Wash off
  4. Reapply if needed

Square footage is dependent on previous coatings. Typically covers 75-150 feet per gallon.

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    Steve · 04/29/2020
    When will I be able to order a bucket ?
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    Steve · 04/29/2020
    stripping exposed aggregate, how do you know the coating is fully stripped off, directions say reapply if needed ?
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    Bert · 04/27/2020
    When you rinse this off what happens if it gets in the pool?
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    Erik · 04/26/2020
    Hi, will this remove Acrylic latex sealers?
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    Jonathan · 04/20/2020
    How do I order just 1 gallon of the stripper?
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    Steve · 03/30/2020
    will this hurt landscaping plants
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      ConcreteSealerStore · 03/30/2020
      Yes, if it comes in direct contact and you do not rinse it right away. Best to cover the plants.
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    D Schafer · 03/25/2019
    what does the temperature need to be outside to use this stripper
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    Bill Albert · 01/21/2017
    I have a buildup of Superseal that is whitening. I've purchased your stripper, and will be removing it shortly. What's your recommended sealer to use thereafter?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 05/14/2016
    It does not need to be neutralized. We can email you an MSDS.
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    k olson · 05/13/2016
    How is the product neutralized after application and do you have an MSDS?
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    Po-Shan Guerra · 04/29/2015
    will this take off the acid stains on the stamped patio too? I'm trying to reseal the patio with SuperSeal30. I used xylene and it didn't work to create the "wet look."