HD-80 Wood Stripper 10lbs

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HD-80 Heavy Duty Wood Stripper

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  • HD-80 was designed to be used only by Professionals in the Wood and Deck Restoration Industry.
  • Due to the volatile nature of this product we discourage shipping to Homeowners!

We carry many other products that can be used effectively by a Homeowner: Wood Strippers

HD-80 was designed to remove the toughest exterior wood finishes fast. HD-80 will remove even the most stubborn transparent, semi-transparent and semi-solid stains. Used alone HD-80 will effectively remove tough finishes such as CWF-UF, Sikkens, Cabot, Behr, and most semi transparent or oil based finishes.

HD-80 is a highly developed dry powder formulation that mixes easily with water. Mixing your own solution allows you greater flexibility as well as a tremendous savings. HD-80 is extremely stable in solution which allows you to mix a large batch at once to service several crews or simply mix enough for the job at hand. Either way this stability allows for prolonged storage of the mixed solution. Sold exclusively to contractors, HD-80 will be the hardest worker on your crew!

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    Carolyn Muha · 06/17/2017
    your website and my order shows the photo for Woodrich Product and you sent us something different? we thought we were ordering Woodrich, website is misleading.
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    The Sealer Store · 07/14/2014
    The shiny sikkens cannot be stripped effectively. Try corn cob blasting.
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    ADK wood wizards · 07/14/2014
    The shiny varnish sikkens
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    The Sealer Store · 07/11/2014
    Which sikkens? The shiny varnish sikkens or the dull no shine?
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    ADK wood wizards · 07/10/2014
    any suggestions for getting sikens off a horizontal log home ?
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    The Sealer Store · 07/08/2014
    You can use HD80 on vertical log homes.
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    ADK wood wizards · 07/08/2014
    is there any reason not to use the HD-80 on a log home, all references are made to decks. the home has sikens on it now
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    The Sealer Store · 08/03/2012
    About 8oz. per gallon of water.
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    Harold Hansen · 08/03/2012
    Whbat would be the proper mix ratio of hd-80 to strip oil base semi transprent olympic ceder tone stain off of rough sawn ceder siding.
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    The Sealer Store · 08/02/2012
    Apply HD80 to damp wood. Apply the brightener as soon as you are done with the HD80 while the wood is still wet. The sooner the better. Start at top and apply to entire area then pressure wash off.
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    Harold Hansen · 08/02/2012
    Should I start at the bottom and work my way up when applying hd-80 and then rinse starting at the top and working down. I am stripping simi transparent oil based stain off of ceder siding.
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    Harold Hansen · 08/02/2012
    Is it nessarry to apply hd-80 rinse and then apply brightnr before the wood has a chance to dry. also should I wet surface before applying hd-80

    If it.s okay to allow to dry between applications should I wet surface before applying britner.
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    The Sealer Store · 11/12/2011
    The only stripper we carry that contains Methylene Chloride is Concrete Sealer Stripper ([url]http://www.opwdecks.com/concrete-sealer-stripper.htm[/url]).

    It is a paste like product that contains additional solvents and properties that allows it to penetrate and dwell better.
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    Rick Spalding · 11/12/2011
    Do you carry any alkali fortified Meth chloride strippers. I am getting several jobs with clear finishes that do not respond well to straight MC.
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    The Sealer Store · 09/12/2011
    Depending on the brand of stain and amount of coats applied, it should remove 90% or more. Make sure to use the Citralic Brightener to neutralize the HD80.
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    stewart kiritz · 09/12/2011
    On a newly stained redwood deck stained with an oil-based semi-transparent stain, will HD 80 be sufficient to remove the stain enough so we can restain with another color? Or do we need to sand as well?

    Thanks
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    The Sealer Store · 07/13/2011
    HD80 is not designed to be injected with a pressure washer. Best to use a pump sprayer to apply. After applying you can use a pressure washer to clean off. It is possible to cause damage to the surrounding areas. Best to prewet and constantly rinse any vegetation or painted siding.
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    Nick · 07/13/2011
    If the product is sprayed on with a power washer, how is it removed? Can it be removed by power washing? Does the product harm grass or other surfaces it comes in contact with after sprayed off?
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    The Sealer Store · 04/03/2011
    Warm water, add a couple of oz. at a time until dissolved.
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    Steven j Valentino · 04/03/2011
    What's the best way to mix hd80. I've mixed it using hot water but there was still particles that had not dissolved?
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