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Solvite Concentrated Wallpaper remover, 1L
Features and benefits
An easy-to-use solution which removes wallpaper including washables, vinyls, painted wallpapers and woodchip.
- It is a fast and effective formula that does not damage the plaster
- Frost protected
- Store in cool and dry conditions
Health and safety
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|Litre capacity (ml)||1000ml|
Solvite concentrated paper stripper
andyd01 - 4 months ago
one time waster when stripping paper is when it dries again before you get to it. Usually its the absorbent underlayers that do this.
This solvite stripper keeps that moisture working to soften the paper so less time re-wetting.
Use after scoring preferably with a spike roller than a wheeled scorer (more holes less effort) then add liberally and score again. Leave it for 15 mins and wet again and score again.
This is not going to reduce your woodchip to wrinkles on the floor by itself but it should knock half to two thirds off the time it would normally take.
It softens the paint on walls which is a good sign its got some power and basically softens and releases the adhesive providing you keep applying it to exposed areas do it can reach the adhesive.
Keep wetting and it will get easier each time especially with multiple layer of paper and paint. An hour spent wetting and scoring and it will pull off in sheets.. its concentrated so you get plenty for a few rooms in a bottle. I think its decent.
Doesnt burn hands or anything but wear gloves.