Strypeeze®

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Description

[Savogran] A registered trademark for a series of paint removers. The original semi-paste style Strypeeze® contains methylene chloride, methanol, toluene, and acetone in a paraffin wax base. The manufacturer recommends Strypeeze® for the removal of paint, varnish, lacquer and shellac from furniture, woodwork, metal and masonry. Other products include Sprayable Strypeeze®, Biodegradable Strypeeze®, Strypeeze® Adhesive remover, Strypeeze® Graffiti remover, Kutzit®, and SuperStrip®

Synonyms and Related Terms

paint stripper; varnish remover; Stripeeze (sp); Sprayable Strypeeze®; Biodegradable Strypeeze®; Strypeeze® Adhesive remover; Strypeeze® Graffiti remover; Kutzit®; SuperStrip®

Hazards and Safety

Toxic by inhalation and ingestion. Skin contact causes irritation. Extremely flammable.

Additional Information

Savogran: Website

Sources Checked for Data in Record

  • Marie Svoboda, Conservation Survey Index, unpublished, 1997
  • Gordon Hanlon, contributed information, 1998

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