Rated 3.7 out of 5★ by 6reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by BooBell Great product This stuff worked so well that I have gone on line to find a larger version for more lager applications.The aerosol can is for small ares or applications. It starts working in minutes. We live in an old house and some of the rooms are caked with paint so I decided to give this a try since "Ready Strip" was a bust. After about 30 minutes I started to remove the stuff with a damp cloth and it came off effortlessly. I was so amazed. It didn't leave a foul odor in the house, unless you don't like the smell of oranges. This is going to make my renovation projects go so fast. I am sold. By the way make sure you tape off and cover other things that you do not want to be stripped because it will. 03/09/2012
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Leopards Be patient I used this on two metal lawn chairs that had roughly 5 coats of paint on them. The chairs were over 30 years old and the oldest coat of paint was at least 20 years old. It took two applications because I was not patient enough. If you use this, do not go into it thinking you can spray and then wipe. Wait at least 5 or 6 hours after spraying. This gives the paint time to soften. We used a putty knife and it just slid right off. Positive: no harsh smell! 05/29/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by effg I bought this based on the reviews I read on this site, and was not disappointed -- I let it sit for just half an hour on a wood chair, and it easily stripped through several coats of paint and stain. I was also happy that the odor wasn't too bad; like it says on the can, I was fine using it inside. The only thing I'd warn about is that the spray can be messy so be sure to use a really big drop-cloth or something underneath (I used a shower curtain liner and got paint stripper over a large portion of it). It is also helpful to look up how to dispose of the stripped paint and everything before you actually start the project. 07/22/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by 1Crzgrdma Great Stuff I have done a lot of refinishing work, from stripping years and years of paint build-up, and stain/varnish. I recently refinished my linen cabinets using the gel, I didn't have enough to finish the job so I went back to Walmart for more. Unfortunately, they were out of the gel but they had a couple cans of the spray, so I thought why not... its the same product. I was totally amazed!!!! The time was cut in half with this stuff to work, making my job completion much quicker! I'm getting ready to do my bathroom cabinets and this is #1 on my list!!! The other big thing about the spray.... there isn't as much waste as with the gel (wipe on) you won't be sorry!!!!! 07/11/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by ProjectMarker Did not touch the surface I am starting a refinishing project on an old bass guitar. My wife picked this up for me from Walmart after I saw the lone but positive review. She said there were very few paint strippers on the shelf and she only saw the can and the large jug. This website said my local Walmart had others in stock, but they were nowhere to be found in the store.The product sat on the poly finish for 24 hours, and the finish is as smooth and fresh as it was before it was coated the orange stuff. It smells ok, but still not worth it since it did absolutely NOTHING, not 30 minutes later, but 24 hours later, still nothing.Took a trip to Lowes today for something real. 02/12/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by KeifE worthless on laquer!!! Might be ok for for removing latex but is absolutely worthless on laquer. I let it set on a motorcycle fender for a full 24 hours and it didn't even soften the finish 05/07/2014