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B&Q Paint & varnish remover 2.5L
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This paint & varnish remover is suitable For wood, metal, stone or concrete. An ideal solution for your DIY projects.
- Guarantee - 1 year
Features and Benefits
- Harmful if swallowed or inhaled. Keep out of reach of children. Wash hands thoroughly after use. If inhaled: give plenty of fresh air. If swallowed: call a poison centre or medical advice if you feel ill. Dispose at hazardous waste collection point
Health and Safety
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|Drip resistance||Drip resistant|
|Location||Internal & external|
diall verry poor
woody3 - 1 month ago
verry poor had to use it 4 times to get a result and leave it over night
pawncob - 6 months ago
Save your money and invest in some coarse sandpaper. This didn't touch any of the several layers of gloss paint on my windows. Repeated applications made very little impression, so I resorted to elbow grease and sandpaper.
Acts quickly, really surprised.
Sharon Sussex - 1 year ago
Just follow instructions exactly. Two layers applies an hour apart and then off it came.
Good product - BAD customer information
Bob26 - 1 year ago
This product seems to work just as well on old and new paint. Requires some graft to achieve good results, but no more than similar products.
Customer information is BAD. It doesn't tell you on the label if it is oil based or water based. I phoned for information and was told that it's oil based. WRONG! My brushes washed out satisfactorily in water.
Brilliant and it does work on varnish!
Goldell - 1 year ago
I’m posting this, halfway through stripping a pine dining table to upcycle. Having read all the negative reviews, I was apprehensive about using this stripper but it has surpassed my expectations. I applied a reasonable layer, not too thick first of all and left it about half an hour. Then I applied more over the top to make sure everywhere was covered. I left it another half an hour and tested it with my scraper. The varnish had been transformed to jam. It scraped off so easily, so I just kept wiping the stuff off the scraper, into some blue paper roll. It has removed all the varnish and I’m now going to go over with wire wool to clean any residue with water. I can’t understand how people are complaining about spreading sticky stuff around and not being able to get it off. If you take it off with a scraper, it’s simple and leaves the surface ready to sand. Maybe people are trying to wash it off without scraping over the surface to scoop it up. Anyway, I highly recommend this and it definitely works on varnish.