Franmar LEAD OUT Lead Paint Remover

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Franmar LEAD OUT Lead Paint Remover

Franmar LEAD OUT Paint Remover

If you’re asking yourself, “How do I remove lead paint safely, effectively and without contaminating indoor air quality?” Eco-Building Products has the solution. Franmar’s LEAD OUT™ is a new exciting lead paint removal product that renders lead paint non-hazardous for safe removal and inexpensive disposal. Made with soybeans, Franmar LEAD OUT™ safe paint remover uses a special patented Molecular Bonding System or MBS® that reacts with lead at the molecular level to alter the lead compounds to a non-hazardous compound. The result is a safe, simple, affordable way to safely remove lead-paint. Because the lead in the paint is converted to non-hazardous, waste disposal is easy and inexpensive.

Franmar’s LEAD OUT™ paint remover will remove multiple layers of lead paint, latex, oil paints, enamels, varnish, and urethanes in one application and even cleans up with water or a simple degreaser such as Franmar’s EMERGE. Once cleanup is complete, surfaces treated with Franmar’s lead paint removal products consistently produce test results well below the EPA’s lead safe limits.

  • Very effectively removes lead paint and makes the lead non-hazardous for removal and disposal

  • LEAD OUT is non-caustic, biodegradable, with no toxic fumes
  • Strips lead paint and renders its lead non-hazardous in one application
  • SAFE! No methylene chloride. Eco friendly.
  • Made with 100% American Grown Soybeans
  • With lead converted to non-hazardous, waste disposal is easy and inexpensive
  • Pleasant, light fragrance

Application Specs

Test Area:
Due to variances in surfaces and conditions, it is recommended to test in a small, inconspicuous area before beginning the whole project.USAGE:Mixing:
Open package of stabilizer powder and mix thoroughly with Lead Paint Remover Gel. Once mixed, the product will only work for 24 hours to convert lead particles in the paint to non-hazardous.Application:
Apply a thick layer by pouring, brushing, or squeegee. Applying too thinly will cause paint removal and lead particle conversion to be incomplete. Use a scraper to check if the coating is softened down to the surface. If not, wait longer and recheck. When the coating is completely softened, remove with a scraper. Collect the converted lead coating(s) in a suitable container for disposal.Clean Up:
Remove softened coatings and LEAD OUT before final cleaning. Then use Franmar’s Emerge degreaser or soap and water and a scrub brush, mop, or power washer. Allow surface to dry before further preparations.Usage Tips:

  • Apply about 1/16 to 1/8 inch thick.
  • If outdoors or in a breezy area, cover with a 2 ml or thicker plastic sheet to keeo LEAD OUT wet and working.
  • Testing kits for lead content are usually available at hardware stores.
  • For heavy lead content, contact Franmar for extra activation powder.
Coverage:Coverage per square foot varies depending on the type and age of coating, number of layers and method of application.Horizontal: Average coverage is 125 sq. ft. per gallon (max 200 sq. ft. per gallon)Vertical: Average coverage is 75 sq. ft. per gallon.Attributes:BiodegradableSafe for use on: Concrete, masonry, wood, and metal.pH Level: 8.1pH

VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) 49%, 4.249 lb/g, 509 g/l


Additional Info


Additional information

Weight 9 lbs

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  1. Justin prince

    This stuff worked great for our old fireplace that was coated in lead based paint. This lead paint remover saved us thousands of dollars we were quoted by a professional. It’s great, it molecular bonds to the lead paint and encapsulates for safe disposal. we had to apply a couple coats in the tougher areas. This is the best solution for removing old lead based paint safely.

  2. Eco-Building Products

    Recent headlines across the country are highlighting the legacy of lead in our homes and schools.

    You can buy inexpensive test kits to test your paint or your water for lead:

    Test surfaces with these Lead Test Kits from 3M via Amazon

    Test water with these lead test kits from Walmart

    See this Consumer Reports article on testing paint for lead: Consumer Reports article on lead testing

    Do-it-yourselfers, consider using Franmar LEAD OUT Lead Paint Remover (please check local regulations, and consider hiring or consulting a specialist).

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