Snot is a roll-on paint remover that is biodegradable, very user-friendly and environmentally safe. It is highly effective in removing even the toughest and most durable industrial coatings such as urethanes and epoxies from surfaces like metal, wood, masonry, brick and especially concrete.
Snot gives the user superior stripping lift of urethanes, alkyd paints, latex paints, lead based paints and varnish as well as most two component epoxy coatings and fusion bonded epoxies from all types of substrates.
|Highly Effective on many coatings including indusitral grade products.
|This product’s stripping capabilities can save money over high cost mechanical stripping methods.
|This product is non-flammable and fully biodegradable.
||Lead Based Paints
|VOC Complaint product that contains no carcinigens and does not deplete the ozone.
|Contains 0 g/L VOC content making this product legal for sale to all regions of the US and Canada.
||All well as most two component epoxy coatings and fusion bonded epoxies from allt ypes of substrates.
Coverage rates vary depending upon coating build-up, surface porosity, texture of the concrete and application method. Excessive build up should be avoided.
Coverage Rate First Coat: 50-100 sq.ft. per gallon
Coverage Rate Optional Second Coat: 50-100 sq.ft. per gallon.
Always apply to a test area prior to full application. This will show the time required for approximate project completion, suitability of product for paint and substrate and most effective method.
Snot was designed for spray or brush application. Airless sprayers are recommended. Use only airless equipment with chemical resistance. A common medium sized airless sprayer is capable of spraying this product. Other equipment should include brushes, rollers, scrapers, masking tape, plastic sheet, high gpm and psi pressure washer, electric drill with mixer empty pails for clean-up, running water and rags. Rollers are recommended for horizontal application only.
Cover and protect areas where stripping is not desired, including adjoining surfaces where over spray may travel. Plastic sheets have shown to be an effective barrier. If using masking tape, apply two layers of tape and remove the top layer immediately after application as the remover may soak through the tape, damaging paint beneath it. Plant life should be covered or washed thoroughly with water before and during application so as to not damage it.
It is not recommended to shake to mix. Using a drill mixer, mix until all product is uniform in color and of a creamy consistency; approximately 45 seconds per gallon.
Apply a thick, even layer of stripper onto the coating to be removed. An airless sprayer has shown to be the best means for application. Always start the sprayer pump at the lowest pressure setting and slowly build up the pressure until the perop fan pattern has been generated. High pressure and narrow tip sizes will break the strippers emulsion and affect its integrity. Snot must be applied at approximately 2 times the thickness of the coating being removed.
First apply a light coat of approximately 12-15 mils thick enough to hide the surface color of coating and allow it to dwell for 15-30 minutes and then build the rest of the stripper film thickness in a second application. Agitate Snot will only slow down it’s properties. If using a brush to agitate, make sure the underlying surface is completely covered with Snot.
MULTIPLE LAYER APPLICATIONS
When there are multiple layers of existing material, it may be possible that there is inadequate intercoat adhesion between some layers. Premature delamination may occur at this interface. Do not rinse with water between applications. Do not allow stripper to dry out, the stripper is designed to remain wet and effective over extended periods of time; up to 24-48 hours however, excessive sunshine, windy conditions or insufficient stripper thickness may cause early drying. If the stripper starts to dry, re-apply a light coat and allow an extended time frame for project completion.