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Quality Paint Remover for Any Vehicle Paint Job
Solvents play an important role in any successful automotive paint job. AutoZone stocks the best paint remover, stripper and thinner for cars and trucks. You can find high-quality Rust-Oleum reducer, solvent, stripper and thinners as well as angle grinder attachments from Finish 1st.

Select the Right Paint Remover
It is necessary to use the right solvent to prepare automotive paint for application. Paint thinners and reducers are used to thin paint and make it easier to apply even coats. You must select the appropriate solvent for the paint type you are using, as thinners and reducers are not interchangeable. Using the wrong solvent may result in unsatisfactory paint application and appearance.

Thinner can improve leveling and gloss of lacquer- or enamel-based paints. Reducer is intended for use with urethane-based paints. Acetone may be ideal for thinning two-part epoxies, fiberglass resins and other coatings. Mineral spirits are suitable for many polyurethanes and oil-based paints, stains and varnishes.

Reducer can facilitate the spray application of some types of primers and paints. Make sure to check the technical data sheet for the automotive paint that you plan to use and mix in the proper ratio of reducer. You can purchase mixing pails with measurement marks to ensure that the right amount of reducer or any other solvent has been added.

Liquid paint removers, strippers and thinners cannot be shipped. For this reason, you should look for paint remover, stripper and thinner near me and pick up the solvents you need to at the nearest AutoZone store location.

We also carry paint and rust stripping wheels and other grinder accessories made by Finish 1st. These strippers are easy to attach to angle grinders and use to remove surface defects from many types of material.

How To Get the Best Products for Your Paint Job
You should always rely on paint manufacturers' recommendations when selecting and mixing solvents. It is also important to consider the application method as well as the environmental conditions of a work area, including temperature and humidity levels.

In general, solvent-based metallic paints should be mixed in the ratio of two parts paint to one part thinner. Water-based paints are mixed with 10 percent water-based additive. Two part acrylic paints call for the right ratio of hardener and thinner to obtain the desired viscosity. This is usually a ratio of two parts paint to one part hardener with a 10 percent addition of thinner.

Find Value and Professionalism at AutoZone
You can find the lowest prices on paint remover, stripper and thinner when you shop at AutoZone. We make it easy to get all of the equipment that is necessary to complete any bodywork or painting projects from custom detailing to repairs all in one place. Search or browse our huge inventory for automotive paint as well as all of the solvents and tools you need to get the job done right.