Uses and Applications of The Silent Paint Remover.
Interior and exterior forms of carpentry - including windows.
The Silent Paint Remover removes quickly heats multiple layers of
paint and varnish. It also heats window glazing at the same time
- making window restoration
quick, easy, and effective. While you scrape, the next surface is
heated up with little work interruption.
Other Applications include:
Wooden boats. This is an ideal tool for removal of varnish
on wooden boats. Thick layers of varnish and paint can be removed
with a sharp scraper after heating. Thin layers can be removed by
heating and buffing with steel-wool. You can also utilize diluted
linseed oil (80% linseed oil 20% mineral spirits). Do not use "turpentine"
when diluting boiled linseed oil. Turpentine will leave a residue
after it dries that is not recommended and may have negative impact
on the adhesion of various paint. Apply the linseed oil and let
it soak in for 24 hours. Reheat and buff with steel wool. The Silent
Paint Remover also works on removing bottom paint. Utilize
the linseed oil mixture, heat and scrape. Wooden Boat Magazine highlighted
The Silent Paint Remover in the July 2003 issue. The Wooden
Boat review was amazingly favorable. Several museums in the USA
have adopted our new method. For example: Mystic Seaport, CT. Philadelphia
Independent Seaport Museum, PA and Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum,
St Michaels, MD.
Metal. The Silent Paint Remover may also work on thin metal that has
been painted - like metal gutters. Testing is suggested.
Plaster. It may be possible to remove paint from plaster
and using The Silent Paint Remover but you must be extremely careful
when scraping in order not to damage the plaster.
Fiberglass. Heat may damage the gelcoat. You must be careful
not to overexpose.
Brick, marble and concrete. Marble, brick and concrete will
require a much longer heating time. It will also take longer time
scraping off the paint on these surfaces. Consider trying a rental
to test work on your specific application work with this tool.
Just a few additional uses:
- Softening adhesive to help remove stickers;
- softening adhesive to help remove floor tiles;
- bending plastic pipe;
- moisture removal;
- shrinking tubing for electrical tape;
- varnish hardening;
- shrinking plastic film for wrapping or sealing membrane roof material;
- loosening rusted nuts, bolts and fittings;
- drying putty;
- defrosting frozen pipes; and
- organic weed control.