Franmar Soy Gel Paint Stripper
$74.95 – $314.95
Horizontal: Average coverage is 125 sq. ft. per gallon (max 200 sq. ft. per gallon)
Vertical: Average coverage is 75 sq. ft. per gallon.
With paint remover projects, the reality used to be that removing paint and coatings from wood, concrete and other surfaces came with noxious fumes and negative environmental impact.
Soy Gel encapsulates the surface of your furniture or floors in its thick gel, preventing lead or other hazardous particles from escaping into the air. This soy paint remover attacks even the toughest cases of removing paint from wood and concrete with a powerful formula that lifts them from the surface so they can be removed with ease.
No longer is it necessary to sand, grind, or work so hard to strip a surface, or to use unsafe petroleum-based products with toxic fumes; Franmar’s soy paint remover offers a cleaner alternative. After your paint removal project is finished, clean up is a breeze using soap and water, or a simple degeaser such as Franmar’s Emerge. Soy Gel paint remover makes paint removal easier, safer and more eco-friendly than ever before, enabling everyone from home owners to professionals to harness the power of the best paint remover on the market.
Soy Gel based paint remover is made with natural soy, is 100% biodegradable, and is safe for your hands, your home, and your antiques.
Apply a thick layer of SoyGel by pouring, brushing, or squeegee. Applying too thinly will cause paint removal to be incomplete. Use a scraper to check if the coating is softened down to the surface. If not, wait longer and recheck. When the coating is completely softened, remove with a scraper.
Remove excess coating(s) and Soy Gel before final cleaning. Then use Franmar’s Emerge degreaser or soap and water and a scrub brush, mop, or power washer to clean remaining residue. Allow surface to dry before further preparations.
- Apply about 1/16 to 1/8 inch thick.
- In normal use, SoyGel will not dry out and allow the coating to re-adhere, so no need to babysit the project. If outdoors or in a breezy area, you may need to cover with a plastic sheet to prevent drying out.
- Not for use on PVC, plastic, rubber, or drywall.
- For veneer finishes, exposure should be in short intervals of 5-10 minutes.