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 David McArthur, NSW - March 2017 / 670AF

I was amazed at the results of this product. I have never come across a product that strips antifoul like this!


Nikolas Di Maio, Project Manager Traditional Restoration Company, NSW - July 2018

Hi Beat,
I received the SDS, thank you.
We have used Heritage No1 multiple times before and find it to be a great product for paint stripping.


Irene Clayton, NSW - Feb 2016 / 600GL (SOY-Gel)

I was so impressed with the 600GL (SOY-Gel) on my floors last year that I will get some more so I can do the paint stripping on my 70yr old wooden windows.

Jude Schahinger, Victoria - Jan 2016 / Heritage No1

Great stuff this Heritage No 1!


Charlie Chan, NSW - Dec 2015 / Heritage No1

We are friends of Hugh and Petula who bought large amounts of this stuff so are using it on their recommendation.


Unanimous / Heritage No1

Thank you for going out of your way to help us with the restoration of our 100 year-old villa. As you know, we trialled a number of products, unsuccessfully, before using the special Heritage No. 1 you prepared for us. We could not be more thrilled with the result. The product has worked beautifully. Thank you. We especially appreciate the time, effort and care you went to to accommodate our specific needs.


Belinda / Belinda 125 Mix

Each time I received an e-mail from you, I would notice the quote you have at the bottom of your e-mails: "Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out." - Robert Collier.
You clearly practise these words in the way you run your business and help your customers achieve their goals. Thank you. - Belinda.


Siew-geck / Heritage No1

I used both the Soy gel & Heritage no.1 on Sat. The SOYgel worked similar to other chemical strippers that I used before except it does not have the unpleasant smell. That was good. However I was most impressed with Heritage No.1. It stripped the paint right back and I was able to get to the red cedar wood (window) in a very short time. Thank you for the samples. I plan to do more paint stripping probably next month and will find some time to buy some products then.  Rgds  Siew-geck


The SOFITEL Hotel, Brisbane / BlueVac

The removal of signage at the top of three facades of the Sofitel Hotel, Brisbane, presented the company dismantling them with the problem of removing the soiling around and underneath them.  This prompted them to look for a specialist firm that could come up with an idea on how to do it safely and effectively.Let’s Clean Pty. Ltd. of Sydney  was commissioned to do this and their engineering department designed a unit that uses the principle of their BlueVac System, that is, a unit that can wash and rinse in a single action whilst hanging from anchor points on the rooftop thus enabling the abseilers to wash, continuously, as the signage was been removed.The aggregate substrate of the façade had to “match” the existing look of the rest of it once cleaned and this was achieved by using water pressure commensurate with the dirt being removed.  A vacuum unit with a booster was placed on the rooftop, vacuuming the discharged water into the reservoir hanging alongside the abseilers without causing disruptions to the running of the hotel or spilling water onto the passing pedestrians below.  The whole operation was carried out smoothly and efficiently under the supervision of the designer, Walter Heim, the engineer in-charge of the team that put together the equipment and came up with the idea in the first place.- THE SOFITEL HOTEL, BRISBANE


Tony Little GHD Canberra - Feb 2008 / 670AF (SOY-Strip) v. 600GL (SOY-Gel)

Hi Walter,

I have used both the Soy Strip and the Soy Gel and found no noticeable difference between the two products. This may have been because of differing conditions of when I applied them, the age of the products or simply because I have so much more of the Soy Gel that I was a little more liberal with the application.

I have finally worked out a technique for applying the product under a plastic film to ensure enough product is applied and to stop it drying out in our relatively low humidity here in Canberra. I firstly wrapped the hull in cheap plastic painting drop cloths and stretched it tight over the hull. Then via a pump or funnel, I poured the stripper down the inside of the plastic and used a paint roller on the outside of the plastic to move the gel around, inside the plastic, over the hull.

I found that it needs to be left on the hull for approximately 3 hours to do its thing before removing the plastic and scraping the paint off. Where the paint is softened all the way to the hull it comes off easily. Where it has not softened all the way to the hull it is still easily removed if you don't try to remove the unsoftened paint at the same time. These areas require a second coat. The stripper removed all paint in some areas and not in others with one application. I am not sure why this happened. I am most of the way through stripping the old antifouling off with a second coat being required in some areas. When there has been a need for a second coat, the remaining paint turns to mush in about 10 minutes. I have taken some photos and will send them to you if you like.

It seems that the 15 litres of Soy Gel is probably the right amount to strip the hull of my 30 foot boat. I have used approximately 10 litres of the Soy Gel with still some to do. There may be a little left over for other tasks.

I am very happy with the product and would recommend it to others for stripping hulls of antifouling. Feel free to email or call me if you need any additional information or photos.

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