Paint Panther Paint & Varnish Remover


Paint Panther Paint & Varnish Remover

Product description:

Paint Panther Award

A highly effective paint stripper to remove many types of coatings including most metal/Hammer type paints. Gel consistency ideal for vertical and other less accessible areas to be treated. Read all instructions and safety information before opening this container and use. Coverage: 500ml can remove upto 1.5 square metres of coating depending upon the number of layers / type of paint i.e. one side of a standard door. Non caustic, no neutralising required. Methylene chloride / Dichloromethane free. Paint Panther is designed for wood and masonry. Other substrates may be suitable, subject to the test patch. Not suitable for plastics. Before use, test a small inconspicuous area to confirm compatibility with the paint system. 

  • Market-leading paint stripping power
  • Lower odour compared to other leading brands
  • Gel formula to cling to vertical surfaces
  • Reduced evaporation rate to boost stripping efficiency
  • Easy to apply
  • Removes metallised paints

Sizes: 250 ml, 500 ml, 1 Litre, 2.5 Litre, 4 Litre


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 Paint Panther TDS

  • Optimum working conditions between 5 -25oC, avoid direct sunlight.
  • Shake container before use.
  • Protect all close areas not being stripped with suitable sheeting.
  • Light scoring of the coating surface may enhance performance on some coatings, but do not sand if some layers are believed to contain lead (pre 1960 paints).
  • Pour a quantity of the product into a suitable container (e.g glass jar), and replace cap.
  • Apply by brush, add a liberal quantity of product by dabbing onto the coating surface and allow to blister (often occurs within 10-15 minutes), then apply additional product rubbing well into the formed blisters, allow to penetrate for additional 15-30 minutes before trying to remove a small area using a shavehook or stripping knife.
  • Use a stiff-bristled brush for awkward areas. Only apply to an area less than 1⁄2 metre square at a time.
  • Collect removed waste on e.g.newspaper and allow to dry for a couple of hours before disposing via appropriate waste disposal route. Some local authorities have special facilities for disposing of waste coatings/paints.
  • Reapply as necessary to remove all remaining coatings.
  • Wipe the surface clean with Barrettine White Spirit or Methylated spirits.Water can be used but it may raise the grain
    on certain wood substrates. Allow to dry. Finally rub with fine sandpaper or a stainless steel pad before redecorating.
  • Remove as much product as possible from equipment before washing them with warm soapy water.
  • Do not empty product into drains or watercourses.

Caution: Highly Flammable

Ensure working areas are well ventilated at all times. Poor ventilation could allow the build-up of explosive vapours/ mixtures. Wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) such as chemical resistant gloves, overalls and eye/ face protection to protect against splashes. If in doubt speak, to your PPE supplier and show them this label/product, or call us for further advice. Do not use near naked flames or in conjunction with a hot air guns or blow torches. Do not smoke. Ensure the lid is secure and store upright in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight and extremes of temperature.

Lead Paints: Special precautions should be taken during surface preparation of pre-1960s paint surfaces over wood and metal as they may contain harmful lead.


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