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Nitromors All purpose Paint & varnish remover, 0.75L
This all purpose paint & varnish remover is tough on paint & kind to wood. An ideal solution for your DIY projects.
- For Interior & exterior use
Features and benefits
- New double strength formula for concentrated action and fewer applications
- Non drip formula that is ideal for vertical applications, with colour indicator so it's easy to see where it's applied
- Water washable for easier clean up
Health and safety
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zero88 - 14 days ago
It dies what it say on the tin. I didn’t have too many layers of paint to remove but it did the job. Would use again.
Works but requires patience
MrsNEC - 3 months ago
I bought this to strip a front door with several layers of paint, it works but requires several goes, I would say dont be tempted to scrap it off too early, leave it a bit longer then advised, it worked much better, buy more than you think you need too! And use a scrap hook. I also tried Home Strip and Nitomors was way better.
Product works well on numerous coats which save ti
Dezso59 - 1 year ago
Saves time and easy to use when needed in smal areas, as when using heat gun can be too hot in small spaces.
No use at all
LBU - 2 years ago
We used nitromores years ago when we last wanted to strip paint from banisters etc. This time it seems much less powerful, so we resorted to the heat gun. Unfortunately it has left a green residue on the wood which is now a problem in itself to remove! I would not recommend it.
Absolutely useless on varnish
Hopscotch - 3 years ago
I bought this to strip some varnish off a bedside table before painting it. It had virtually nil effect despite using it twice and following the instructions carefully.
Can't comment about how good it is on paint, but for varnish, don't bother.
off to look at some 'liquid sanders' instead, or it may just have to be good old-fashioned elbow grease and sandpaper...