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Floor Wax Stripper FAQs
Our floor stripping agents are available at various price points and can be used to remove floor wax quickly and effectively. Learn more about these chemicals in the FAQ section below.
A wax floor stripper is used to strip a topical floor finish from a surface.
Yes. They can cause skin burns, eye damage, and more, so it is important to always consult the safety data sheet before using a stripping solution and ensure that you wear the appropriate personal protective equipment. If you require more information about how to use a particular product safely, please consult us.
Each product will present its own unique properties, so it is important to consult the SDS for more information about potential risks and the correct PPE to wear.
Our floor wax strippers are all different, so the application method will differ from one product to another. It's best to check the directions for each product before use.
No. A floor wax stripper is not designed to eliminate grime and dirt.
You must ensure that you have the proper PPE and the right equipment to dispose of the chemical waste when using a concrete floor stripper.
Floor cleaners remove dirt and grime, while a stripper is designed to remove any coating or topicals that may be on the surface.
Chemical stripping involves applying a special compact floor stripper to remove the coating, while mechanical stripping involves the use of an abrasive pad driver or sandblaster for this purpose.
Applying a commercial floor stripper isn't necessarily better than mechanical stripping, but if you are mechanically removing a coating, it may gum up your machinery or tools, which is why chemical stripping is often preferred.
The best floor stripper for your particular project will depend on the state regulations, what you’re stripping, etc., so it's best to contact us for more information, and we will guide you in the right direction.
To apply a tile floor stripper, basic equipment will be needed. This includes some sort of polish or grinding machine and metals aggressive enough to remove the coating you’re trying to remove. If you require assistance, please get in touch with us.