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Nitromors All purpose paint & varnish remover 375ml
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This all purpose paint & varnish remover is tough on paint & kind to wood. An ideal solution for your DIY projects.
- Guarantee - 1 year
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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|Drip resistance||Drip resistant|
|Location||Internal & external|
Nitramors paint and varnish remover
1234567890B - 11 days ago
Been just using this product to remove paint and varnish from landing rail. There are one thin layer of white paint and then the varnish. Using the old one it would have blistered on the first layer of Nitramors. Not impressed. It was apparently changed after EU directive removed a chemical from the original paste. It has made a longer and painstaking length to the work.
Why the nickname - 3 months ago
Thought this might make stripping around moulding on panelled door easier , of course not ! was a lot messier and hardly touched it . Left it for an hour but was just as much work as elbow grease and sand paper
Better off using water
Oc52 - 7 months ago
Useless product. Used on a stairs to remove paint and varnish
Had to use a sander and heat gun instead
Johnboy1971 - 1 year ago
Well that was a waste of money and a days labour. I tried to strip varnish of a unit and did nothing at all to it. A complete waste of money.
Works the same as it did 20 years ago
Shed555 - 1 year ago
I used this 20 years ago to strip the paint from a Suzuki RM80 frame and it was brilliant. I was horrified to read all these reviews that the recipe had changed and it was now a weaker version. In fact i nearly didn't buy it again. However, i took a gamble and bought a small can to remove the paint from some vintage parking meters (aluminium and cast iron). I applied a thick coat to some stubborn paint which a scraper wouldn't not touch, and within ten minutes the paint was soft enough to scrape off. I left another batch over night, and the paint and bubbled all over and fell off in sheets. Works as good as ever. Really peculiar so many negative reviews. Maybe the instructions are not being followed correctly. It needs to be applied in a thick coat.