No Nonsense Paint & Varnish Stripper 500ml
Helps remove paint with ease
I used this to help strip some paint off copper water pipes before fitting some compression isolation valves. The pipes are old and were heavily coated with multiple layers of paint.
Painted this on, left for 1 hour, scraped and applied another coat, then rubbed down with wire wool. Copper left shiny and ready for fittings.
It's easy to apply, and does the job well.
24 Aug 2015
A stripper to watch
Does what it says on the bottle - that is once you get the top off. Had to used a wrench to apply sufficient torque - with the cap pressed down as instructed.
Instructions suggest that 1 litre / square meter is required. I used 1/3 of the 500cc bottle to remove varnish from 1/5 sq metre panel - so less than suggested.
One coat allowed 98% of the varnish to be easly removed using a scrapper. This only left a few small patches to which a few extra daps of stripper were needed.
Used the bottom of a cut-off plastic milk container as a pot for the stripper. Bushes very easy to clean in water.
20 Aug 2015
No nonsence paint stripper
The first thing I noted about this product was the lack of information on the bottle? Although there is detailed information on the SF web site, on my bottle, there was NO safety information or usage guidance?
The second thing you need to know is this product does work, but ONLY if you have very little paint to remove ie one coat!
I applied a liberal coat to an old door, but it barely scratched the surface and in the end I had to purchase a stronger make to finish the job.
Ok, price wise it's not too bad, but if you need to get the job done quick, stick to the more established brands is what I recommend!
19 Aug 2015
cheap and chearfull, dose the job, easy to apply and clean
10 Aug 2015