Orange-Peel Paint Stripper is easy to use, yet very fast acting and will remove multiple layers of most paints from wood, metal or masonry in less than 30 minutes. To take care of coatings that take longer to soften, Orange-Peel stays active for up to 24 hours.
Easy to use
No dangerous Methylene Chloride
No unpleasant fumes
Use indoors and out
Orange-Peel is the new stripper alternative to methylene chloride and other dangerous paint strippers. Orange Peel is based on citrus extracts from oranges and is safer to use than other strippers, Orange-Peel is made with bio-degradable ingredients.
Orange-Peel is the official substitute of Citristrip as it is being sold by the same people who initially brought Citristrip to Australia!
Where to use it
Orange-Peel is safe to use on wood, metal and masondry. It should not be used on plastics, rubber, synthetic fibres and asphalt. Like with all paint strippers you should ALWAYS test a small area of the surface to be treated before proceeding with the whole job.
How to use it
1. Shake well and pour a quantity into a metal container
2. Brush a generous coat into the surface
3. Allow to penetrate the coating until it starts to lift.
This might take anywhere from 30 minutes to several hours depending on the paint and the number of coats to be removed. On rare occasions a second application may be required.
Tip: Use a toothbrush with Orange-Peel paint remover wash to get into tight corners and other crevices to remove any paint residue.
2 to 3m per litre depending on the thickness of the paint layers.
Tip: Save the remover paint, add a little water and stripper and keep it in glass or metal jar. It will make a good brush cleaner and can even be used again on another stripping job.
Paint Calculator is super feature that gives clear understanding for amount of paint requires for painting project. In nearest future we can calculate labour cost for the painting project. Usually for 3 bedroom unit/house required amount of paint for ceilings is 20L in most cases its flat (bathroom ceilings best to use Mould proof paint or simple low sheen paint, 30 litres of paint for walls usually its low sheen, and 4-6 Litres for wood work.if its new surfaces you must apply sealer/primer undercoat.
Coverage in most cases around 1L per 10 Square meters Again its for previously painted surfaces only. For new plaster board its around 8 squares per 1 L, and new render is 5-7 square meters per one litre of paint.