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Introduction: Aluminum Wheel Paint Stripper, Stripping Reman Parts, alloy wheel refurbishment, alloy wheel refinishing by Remove Paint

General Chemical’s Paint strippers are used for the removal of E-Coat,Powder Coat from non ferrous, Aluminum without adversely affecting the surfaces.

DESCRIPTION: Aluminum Paint Stripper, Stripping Aluminum, Remove Paint from Aluminum For Soak Tanks & Spray

New alloy wheels come finished in a variety of powder coat and final lacquer combinations.The need for alloy wheel refurbishment comes from:

  • Wheel manufacturers’ rejects
  • Motor trade refurbishment as part of the process of valeting used cars for sale. This is especially relevant to prestige model and Classic car restoration
  • Private car owners refurbishing or customizing their cars

Paint from Aluminum parts such as Aluminum Cylinders , Aluminum wheels and other parts can be removed from by applying our paint strippers instead of sanding, abrasive blasting.
Removal of paint from a cylinder by sanding or abrasive blasting can also remove metal thus reducing the wall thickness of the cylinder or wheel and reducing the integrity of the part.
Our Paint strippers work well in removing old paint and do not remove metal from the Aluminum parts such as cylinder when properly used.
engineered to be a one-stop paint stripper for use in all industries. Examples of commercial industry uses include aerospace and defense, automotive, building restoration, marine, military, and construction and maintenance. Some industrial application uses include paint stripping or removing paint for aircrafts, airplanes, helicopters, vehicles, Aluminum cylinders, Aluminum wheels and many more. We can provide you with paint stripper for aluminum and other non ferrous parts. Always patch test it first to confirm that paint stripper is compatible with your alloys.

Our Aluminum Paint Removers are new generation of paint remover that works and is earth friendly, non toxic, biodegradable, and ecologically safe.

Aluminum paint strippers are engineered to maximize efficiency and reduce waste. Our paint removal from aluminum technology works by breaking the bond between the substrate and primer. This leads to a secondary action which causes the paint to lift off the surface as a single film which includes the primer and top coat.



Aluminum paint strippers are engineered for soak tank applications.
can be diluted with water up to 50% and is used at @ 140 F -180 F

Note:  The information presented herein is our interpretation of certain test results and field experience to date. The information is not to be taken as warranty or representation for which we assume legal responsibility, nor as permission or recommendation to practice any patented invention without a license. It is offered solely for your consideration, investigation and verification.

Main Advantages

  • Extended bath life compared to solvent.
  • Economical to use.
  • High employee acceptance, no offensive odor.
  • It is a soak tank operation.
  • Agitation is required to decrease the stripping time.
  • Paint Film from Aluminum is removed as a solid.


  • Superior cleaning ability
  • Low foaming
  • Does not contain phenols, chlorinated or flammable solvents
  • Water based product.


  • Removes Epoxy coating by lifting film from substrate
  • Works well on coated carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum
  • Minimal airborne health hazard
  • Low vapor pressure reduces VOC’s, Environmentally Friendly
  • Radically reduced VOC emissions


Customer Comments

“Since switching all our strip tanks to General Chemical’s Paint stripper from our former stripping solution, our chemical cost and strip time has dropped dramatically.”

“Not only has our cost per gallon gone down, we can dilute it with water in concentration from 30% to 50% for even greater savings.”
“We had jobs that required immersion in our former stripping solution for 12 hour or more in some cases. Now we can strip those same coatings in an hour or less. Many parts strip clean in a matter of minutes.”

“We work on a lot of e-coat and powder coat and the coating tends to come off in sheets so we can filter our tanks for longer bath life. We have been running General Chemical’s paint stripper for a few months now and we can recommend it to other e-coat stripping operations with confidence.”

“Specially formulated for E-Coat paint stripping from non ferrous and galvanized parts with minimal effect on the galvanized substrates.”