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Old 07-13-2010, 11:39 PM   #1
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Garden sprayer to apply Removall?

I don't own paint spraying equipment so I was wondering if anyone has tried to apply Removall or Hydorstrip with a garden sprayer. Im not sure what the consistency of either product is. I have some on back order and was wondering if this is a possiblity or if I need to just brush it on.
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Old 07-14-2010, 12:14 AM   #2
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use a 4" brush, hose it off
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Old 07-14-2010, 05:56 AM   #3
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We brushed it on and pressure washed it off. It worked great and was pretty easy .
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What is Removeall?
What is Hydrostrip?
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Old 07-14-2010, 08:47 AM   #5
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What is Removeall?
What is Hydrostrip?
Removeall is a (green) non nasty stripper sold by Vintage Trailer Supply.I believe Hydrostrip is the same stuff under a different name.I never could find it and VT was out at the time so I used Aircraft Stripper(autozone)It did a great job.Use gloves,a good two stage respirator for any stripping and rubber gloves.Apply with a brush a heavy coat in one direction,let it sit for 20 mins. then take a nylon brush and make circles through it to break it up then hose off with a power handle on a garden hose.This stripper will get 95% of all of it.There will be small spots that will take a second app.I then washed the whole coach down with dishwashing soap and water with an RV brush to neutralize.
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I don't own paint spraying equipment so I was wondering if anyone has tried to apply Removall or Hydorstrip with a garden sprayer. Im not sure what the consistency of either product is. I have some on back order and was wondering if this is a possiblity or if I need to just brush it on.
Over spray could be a real problem and you should probably use a respirator. I would not what that stuff in my lungs or eyes. Brushing it on will be much easier to control.
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Removeall is a (green) non nasty stripper sold by Vintage Trailer Supply.I believe Hydrostrip is the same stuff under a different name.I never could find it and VT was out at the time so I used Aircraft Stripper(autozone)It did a great job.Use gloves,a good two stage respirator for any stripping and rubber gloves.Apply with a brush a heavy coat in one direction,let it sit for 20 mins. then take a nylon brush and make circles through it to break it up then hose off with a power handle on a garden hose.This stripper will get 95% of all of it.There will be small spots that will take a second app.I then washed the whole coach down with dishwashing soap and water with an RV brush to neutralize.
Hydrostrip is what I do when it gets over a hundred degrees outside!
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Was told that this is the same as Removal 220, I am not affiliated in anyway.

DoradoStrip 3031 Architectural Paint Remover gal spray or brush
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remove all?

Has anyone used a stripper on a unit that not only has clear coat, but painted stripes and other areas as on my 345? Would like to strip the clear coat without screwing up the paint or vinyl strips, and what does the rinse off do to the zipdee awnings? Do they need to be removed? The aluminum seems to be higher polish under the clear coat in areas that have flacked off. Thanks in advance for the experienced info!
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Anyone use Prep 240?

Here is link to the product description. Note that it can be used on aluminum surfaces and will not affect rubber. Its water based and low VOC.

http://www.ppg.com/corporate/durapre...heet_FINAL.pdf
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I believe you should keep it off the vinyl and paint if you are wanting to keep them.
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