Peelaway 1 and 7 sample twin pack contains 150g pots of both Peelaway 1 and Peelaway 7, as well as everything needed for application (spreader and blankets). This sample pack allows you to check which peel away will be most suitable for your application, as the products are more effective on different types of paint.
For full details of each of these products, please see their respective product pages using the links above.
It is recommend to use a trial test patch using the peel away sample pack pots in an inconspicuous area. Before commencing full application of the product. Each project can potentially give different results and this is why it is imperative to carry out Test Patches. Peelaway 1 and 7 Sample Twin Pack allows that. Buy Now!
Application / directions for use: Stir well before use.
Uneven Surfaces: Apply thickly (1mm to 3mm e.g. 1mm when removing varnish only) with brush or spatula working Peelaway® 7 into crevices, mouldings etc. Apply a second coat where appropriate to ensure correct thickness is achieved as indicated by the test patch.
Apply Peelaway® blanket over paste with printed side face out. Rub gently to ensure good adhesion to the paste, pierce any air bubbles.
Dwell time will be as determined by the test patch. This is usually between 1 and up to 48 hours depending on paint types, thickness and temperature. Heavy paint build up over plaster mouldings may need even longer (up to 72 hours), which may facilitate the lifting of paint and blanket with the spatula, but never leave to dry hard.
Coverage: Coverage can vary considerably from project to project but as a guide approximately 1m2 per kilo at 1mm thick.
Flat Surfaces: Apply (1mm to 3mm e.g. 1mm when removing varnish only) with a brush, spatula, hawk and trowel or industrial sprayer to required thickness. Apply Peelaway® blanket over paste with printed side face out. Rub gently to ensure good adhesion to the paste, pierce any air bubbles.
Dwell time will be as determined by the test patch, between 1 and up to 48 hours depending on paint types, thickness and temperature. As a guide coverage is approximately 1m2 per kilo at 1mm thick.