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Home Strip Paint stripper, 0.5L
This paint stripper removes paint & varnish. It's suitable For wood, metal, stone, brick, plaster, GRP & UPVC. An ideal solution for your DIY projects.
- For removal of paint or varnish
- Suitable for use on Brick, glass reinforced polyester (GRP), metal, plaster, stone, uPVC & wood
Features and benefits
- Safe for use around children and pets
- 500ml will cover 2-3m square depending on thickness of application
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Litre capacity (ml)||500ml|
|Location||Interior & exterior|
Works, sort of
Billy_123 - 27 days ago
I used this to strip emusion from concreat. I had very low expecxtaions of it as most of these products rerely do what they say on the tin - I applied, covered with clingfilm and left it for 24 hours to work. Have to say whilst it hasn't striped it completely in one go a second application will see the job done with a lot more scraping. So better than expected
LLI - 1 month ago
My partner used this on a redwood door frame (that had been painted with a thick post box red gloss paint). It worked really well.
I wish we still had the tub as we need to know if water, soap and water or ethanol etc. has to be used to remove the white residue in the cracks. My research has told me each product is different.
Rexish - 3 months ago
Used to strip an old 1960’s sideboard that had been kept in a beach hut for ? Years. I live in a flat so the chemical option was not suitable. This odourless, non chemical stripper did exactly what it states and the results were beyond my expectations. Easy to work with.
Very happy and the old sideboard now looks fantastic with a few coats of mahogany stain varnish.
Pick6 - 3 months ago
Don't buy this it's useless. Says it lifts varnish, shellac, French polish (15-30 minutes) lacquer, polyurethane (30-45 minutes) and paint (1hour then repeat) Left on for stated time on the pot (varnish) and not even touched it.
Anonymous - 4 months ago
Used this stripper many times. Never disappoints. Easy to apply even on vertical surfaces. It has the texture of really thick wallpaper paste. Smells ok too, a bit like vanilla. It can take a couple of coats especially on surfaces that have several layers of paint but it gets there in the end, much safer and easier to use than the solvent based strippers. Take care on some plastics though. Splashed a little on vinyl floor tiles and it did damage the surface.