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B&Q Paint & varnish remover 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|
Awful product. Don't buy.
KWJ - 5 months ago
I lathered it onto my doors. Left it on for hours. Then the next coat for even more hours. Doesn't do the job. Doesn't do any job. Don't waste your money.
LodgeMoorMike - 6 months ago
I did a lot of looking around for a paint stripper. The last time I used such stuff was many years ago with Nitro Mors which has since lost it's active ingredient - as has every other paint stripper on the market so no more paint it on and wash off with no effort.
So, having found just about every paint stripper on the market they all came with horror stories about how useless they were. However they also came with stories about how well they worked if you followed the instructions! As this was the cheapest I could find I decided to take the plunge.
My project was an old bench, so plenty of surface area and fiddly bits which were hard to get to. It had been painted with some unknown paint which looked awful and had started to peel.
The instructions are pretty straight forward. Daub it on and leave it for an hour. Then daub on another coat and leave that for an hour. It's then scraping time, but not like you would for removing wallpaper, this is more like shaving with a large enough flat scraper. Contrary to popular belief you can't just wash this off with a hose!!!. Needed an element of force but the paint came off easily, to my relief. Scraping between slats was difficult but it came off. There were a couple of bits which didn't but a second process of painting and waiting had those removed the following day.
It left a bit of a sticky residue but the final part of the process for me was to Jet Wash it all down which cleared everything away nicely.
A couple (maybe 3) coats of Teak Oil later and the bench is almost like new.
Jarheadc - 1 year ago
This is dreadful. Barely removes a single layer. Invest in something else.