Talk:Paint stripper

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Epoxy and polyurethane paint removers[edit]

I am surprised that not enough information on epoxy and polyurethane paint removers is given. I request concerned experts to add that because these days more and more paint are coming with epoxy and polyurethane base. Thanks. Pathare Prabhu (talk) 03:29, 15 June 2011 (UTC)

You don't need to wait for a "concerned expert", you can add it yourself. - SummerPhD (talk)

Woops, time to go get me some, EU regulations.. "Shall not be placed on the market for supply to the general public or to professionals after 6 December 2011;" "DECISION No 455/2009/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 6 May 2009 amending Council Directive 76/769/EEC as regards restrictions on the marketing and use of dichloromethane"
something to add later..

"Consumers and professionals will have to count on much longer stripping times, and because the alternative chemicals are more expensive, it will involve additional costs of some 125 to 325 Million Euro per annum in the EU. However, almost all markets at stake are within the EU. Regulation at EU level will have little influence on competition." Methylene chloride: Advantages and Drawbacks of Possible Market Restrictions in the EU Final report
4 times more expensive... DS Belgium (talk) 21:39, 22 October 2011 (UTC)