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New QuikSand® Tough Prep Abrasive Block for Painted Surfaces and PowerSand® Paint & Rust Stripper Super Stripping Block Join the QuikSand/PowerSand Line

Published on 2005-05-04. Author : SpecialChem

Somerset, NJ -- Tough surface prep just got faster and easier with the addition of two new abrasive blocks to the QuikSand® & PowerSand® line - QuikSand® Tough Prep Abrasive Block for Painted Surfaces and PowerSand® Paint & Rust Stripper Super Stripping Block.

Great for removing multiple layers of latex or oil-base paint or varnish from any wood or metal surface, patented QuikSand for Painted Surfaces strips, scrapes and sands - all with one tool - without the mess associated with chemical strippers. It's also ideal for stripping loose paint and sanding rough paint edges smooth prior to repainting.

QuikSand for Painted Surfaces works 4X faster and lasts longer than traditional sandpaper or sanding sponges. As it wears, it produces a continuous, self-sharpening abrasive surface that's guaranteed not to clog, tear or dull like ordinary sandpaper. Use wet or dry. QuikSand for Painted Surfaces is formulated to stand up to water, outdoor moisture - even solvents - so it's ideal for use with paint removers to supercharge refinishing.

New patented PowerSand Paint & Rust Stripper Super Stripping Block super charges any palm sander - stripping paint and rust from metal doors, sheet metal, lawn & garden equipment and other flat metal surfaces 4X faster than sandpaper. It easily feathers multiple layers of paint without chemical strippers and there's never heat build-up from friction.

One PowerSand Block is the equivalent of up to 25 sheets of sandpaper, so there's fewer changeouts, saving time and money. Its non-clogging, non-tearing formula always stays sharp. And it's chemical-free, non-toxic and produces less airborne dust than ordinary sandpaper.

Source: ZINSSER Co., Inc.


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