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8/28/2014

Aqueous Paint Stripper Removes Coatings in Sheets

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Hubbard-Hall offers its Aquastrip ACB aqueous paint stripper designed to save time and money as well as improve paint stripping efficiency.

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Hubbard-Hall offers its Aquastrip ACB aqueous paint stripper designed to save time and money as well as improve paint stripping efficiency. This mildly acidic liquid concentrate can be used for hard-to-remove coatings (such as power and organic coatings) from ferrous and non-ferrous metals. One of its features is the ability to break the adhesion of the coating and remove paint from the surface in sheets, providing a longer bath life. According to the company, the stripper also promotes reusability of masking materials for extended material life. 

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