Use this fabulous floor stripper to remove floor waxes; acrylic, styrene, polymers, co-polymers, oligimers, and metal crosslinked finishes. It can also be used to remove acrylic and water based urethane sealers. For other finishes, take a look at our complete line of floor finish removing strippers.
Before using this powerful stripping solution across your entire floor, you should pre-test on a small area. Warning: Do not use this stripper undiluted. Dilute 1 part stripper to 20 parts water using hot water (1 quart of this stripper would be mixed with 5 gallons of warm/hot water). Mop this solution onto your floor and allow to set for 3 or 4 minutes. Do not allow stripper to dry on floor, reapply if necessary. Use one of our rotary floor buffers & a stripping pad to agitate and loosen your finish. Picking up the loosened finish is usually most effective with a wet pickup tank vacuum, especially one with a front mount squeegee. Rinse surface thoroughly with clean water, to ensure the removal of all stripping solution and old wax. Use a neutralizer to remove remaining residue after rinsing. Apply finish in normal manner. For more in depth instructions, take a look at our floor stripping guide.
Read all cautions and directions before using this product. It contains alkaline ingredients normally found in powerful strippers. Quick penetrating agents and liquefying ingredients require that this product be used according to directions.
On old linoleum, rubber and asphalt floors do not use an over concentration of solution or bleaching or discoloring may occur. Test a small area using a solution no stronger than 1 part of stripper to 10 parts of water. Adjust concentration to strip effectively without harming floor substrate.