PropStrip - PropSpeed Remover
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PropStrip - PropSpeed Remover

The Fast and Easy Way to Remove PropSpeed Before Re-Applying

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After about 1-1/2 to 2 years, it's usually time to re-apply PropSpeed Foul Release on your underwater propulsion gear. Using PropStrip will make the task much easier and less expensive.
Before PropStrip, boatyard workers had to mechanically grind and sand the old PropSpeed off - which is very difficult.

PropStrip is a low toxicity, environmentally safe, solvent based but water soluble, coating softener and remover designed specifically for the removal of aged PropSpeed topcoat and primer from metal substrates. It is fully biodegradeable.
For best results, lightly abrade the old Clear Top Coat with 80 grit sandpaper prior to the application of PropStrip.
After applying PropStrip and allowing sufficient dwell time for it to work, the softened coating can often be easily washed off with a water hose or pressure washer. Any stubborn remaining residue can be gently scraped or sanded off.

Theoretical coverage is 129 sq ft/liter.
PropSpeed offers an excellent, extremely thorough PropSpeed Application Guide - which includes all their products - on their website. Click here.

Heavy on the technical side...

Fouling of underwater running gear is a constant headache for boat owners requiring expensive and time-consuming grinding and sanding to remove marine growth at every haul-out.
The PropSpeed Foul Release System provides an incredibly effective, long-lasting, easy-clean solution to this problem. Creating a super slippery surface, PropSpeed makes it extremely difficult for marine growth to adhere to metal surfaces below the water line. Any marine growth that does form on the PropSpeed coated surface can be easily wiped away with a soft, wet cloth.

By preventing the fouling of propellers, shafts, struts, and rudders, using PropSpeed pays for itself by providing more speed, less fuel usage, and less maintenance and cleaning at haul out.
It works because it's slick, not because it's toxic.

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