Need to resurface porcelain, metal, wood or acrylic? Hawk’s new paint stripper reduces health risks

by Brianna Crandall — March 2, 2020 — Hawk Research Laboratories, provider of high-performance coating systems, recently announced the launch of its new methylene chloride-free and N-Methyl-2-Pyrrolidone (NMP)-free StripRight Paint Stripper to more safely meet resurfacing needs.

Hawk developed StripRight Paint Stripper for the resurfacing industry in response to concerns about the recent US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ban and potential health risks associated with methylene chloride-based paint stripping products.

StripRight has been formulated to deliver the efficiency and effectiveness resurfacing professionals require, in a safer, methylene chloride-free and NMP-free formula.

StripRight Paint Stripper offers a thick consistency for easy pour or brush application, and the gel-like formula clings well to both vertical and horizontal surfaces. Its distinctive blue color helps to ensure product application accuracy and reduce waste.

When used as directed, StripRight Paint Stripper can penetrate up to 12 mils of coating in a single application, in as little as 15 minutes. It is intended for use on urethane, epoxy, polyaspartic, enamel and lacquer paints for a variety of surfaces, including porcelain, ceramic, metal, fiberglass, wood and acrylic.

StripRight Paint Stripper is available immediately for shipment in the United States and Canada.