A paint stripper comprised of relatively diluted concentrations of an alkaline product such as sodium hydroxide (caustic soda), potassium hydroxide, and other highly alkaline materials, often combined with solvents and detergents to aid in removing paint. These strippers are effective only on oleoresinous-type coatings. It can take several hours for the alkali to attack and break down (saponify) the paint resin.

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