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No Nonsense Paint & Varnish Stripper 500ml (17091)

Extremely effective, non-methylene chloride paint stripper. Biodegradable, non-drip and non-flammable. The non-caustic formulation is simple and easy to use both indoors and out. Ideal for use by inexperienced DIYers as well as the professional user on wood, metal, stone or concrete.

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 140 reviewers.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Great stuff I bought this product on the reviews I read so thought it was only fair to leave another as this was the first time I had ever used this type of product (paint stripper). Easy to apply (exterior wooden door in my case) it reminded me of the consistency of pva glue you used to use at school. It didn't drip and was a pleasure to work with. There was a slight odour as others have stated. This was fine for me, it wasn't strong at all. Anyhow as the bottle was only 500ml I ended buying 3 bottles as I had to remove numerous layers of old paint. It works a treat and I'd highly recommend. If I were to give anyone a tip, if your to strip a door like myself. Bulk buy because even on two bottles you'd make a saving. Much cheaper then the alternative known brand so why pay more. 23 May 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Cheap alternative Probably not as good as nitromors, however it's 10 times cheaper. So maybe I had to do use a little more but it still did the job. 21 May 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent product. Really effective, it removed numerous layers of various types of paint from a pipe in my kitchen. Took a few applications due to the amount of paint but o now have a gleaming pipe. 18 May 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great stuff Removed paint from engine block that nothing else would touch. Didn't know what paint was on it so was trying different strippers, but this one worked where others failed. 15 May 2016
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I have some furniture painted with chalk paint to produce a "shabby" look but is now too shabby and a return to gloss has been requested.
Keen not to have to sand as this creates a huge amount of dust!
20 May 2016
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Hello Peter37,

The manufacturers have confirmed that this product is suitable for removing chalk paint.

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23 May 2016
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Following on from the response by Screwfix, it is always advisable to perform a test patch initially. Whilst we are confident the Paint and Varnish stripper will work on most paints. Depending on age , number of coats , how evenly , location and the surface which are all factors outside our control. Performing a test patch will give you the opportunity to work out the effort and time required to complete the task and if you have any issues or concerns we are able to provide further advice at this stage.
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The No Nonsense Paint & Varnish is suitable to use on plastic. We recommended sanding then cleaning the area before applying. This will break down the lacquer and allow the paint and varnish to work more affective on the paint. With any job it is always advised to perform a test patch first. This will give you the opportunity to work out the time and effort to complete the job.

If after following the instructions the paint when strapping off is still difficult to remove.Then
If using in doors or under shelter, we would recommend leaving the paint & varnish on overnight sealing in with either cling film or plastic sheeting. This will then hopefully make the task easier the next day.
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Hello MMouse,

I have spoken to the manufacturers who have confirmed this product is safe to use to strip acrylic paint.

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17 May 2016
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Can no nonsense paint stripper be used to remove paint off an internal brick wall
1 May 2016
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Yes it can , However depending how many coats and how long applied, will depend on the effort and overall time required. We would always recommend performing a test patch to give you idea of the time frame and effort required.
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Hi Arberp,

This product is able to get most paints off of most surfaces. it is likely that you will be able to clean the roof tiles with this.

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Cleaning the tiles first with warm soapy water , leaving to dry , then a quick sand would help. We would recommend performing a test patch first . This will give you a idea of time and effort required.
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Specification
Brand No Nonsense
Model No 17091
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Depth 58 mm
Product Height 185 mm
Product Type Paint & Varnish Stripper
Product Width 84 mm
Total Product Weight 0.581 kg
Volume 500 ml

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