Peelaway 1 Neutraliser - Neutralise alkaline surface residues - 1 Litre

PeelAway 1 Neutraliser 1 Litre

  • Neutralise alkaline surface residues after using PeelAway 1
  • Neutraliser may be required depending on the porosity of the substrate
PeelAway 1 Neutraliser is designed to neutralise more porous substrates after using PeelAway 1.

This is an important step in this process, as moisture containing PeelAway 1 residue may bleed out of the substrate and raise the pH of the surface. This will affect not only the adhesive properties of future coatings but their appearance too. Not sure which PeelAway system you require? Try our PeelAway 1 and 7 Sample Tesyer Trial Pack ASIN B08BBX3DLC

Preparation Ensure surfaces to be neutralised are clean, completely dry and free from loose dirt and any other surface contaminants.


Always do a small test area to confirm performance and compatibility before starting any project and follow the manufacturer's instructions on the container at all times.

1.Mix 1 part Neutraliser with 1 part water 2.Pour water into empty bucket then carefully add equal portion of PeelAway Neutraliser 3.For plaster surfaces, dilute 4 parts water to 1 part PeelAway Neutraliser 4.Pour diluted neutraliser into a garden type pressure sprayer or for smaller areas a hand-held trigger sprayer 5.Start at the top and spray the entire surface until saturated 6.Do not apply to surface in any way other than spraying as this may contaminate the Neutraliser 7.Allow Neutraliser to remain on the surface until dry to the touch, but no less than 6 hours 8.Neutralising effectiveness is maximised by scrubbing the surface once the Neutraliser has been sprayed on, but do not scrub plaster or gesso surfaces 9.Rinse surface with a steady spray of clean water 10.For external use apply sensible water pressure, enough to thoroughly rinse but not damage the surface 11.Test pH level of the surface with pH paper 12.Most accurate testing is accomplished when the surface has been allowed to air dry for a minimum of 24 hours after the neutralising process (Instructions for using the p