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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 130 reviewers.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by Not impressed With all the rave reviews about this product, I did assume it would work. The last time I used paint stripper was before it was apparently emasculated in the name of Health and Safety. Then, you just painted on the Nitromors and waited a bit until the paint blistered. The paint then just peeled off. With this stuff, I painted it on thickly, waited, put more on, waited much longer and then tried to get the paint off with a window scraper. After much time and effort, some of the paint came off. I put more on and waited and waited but virtually no more paint came off, even with hard scraping. I would have used a heat gun but it was too cold outside. The new formulations may save the planet, but as far as removing paint goes, it's pretty useless. The only reason I give it more than one star in any category is because it 'may' perform as well or better than similar products, but I don't know. The only situation I can envisage it being worth trying is for intricate shapes of high value - because the amount you will need will cost. 27 Apr 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Would not recommend Bought this based on reviews to strip varnish from wooden garden bench. Followed instructions to the letter, some peeling but ended up using a heat gun and scraper then a power wash. This product appears to be relatively ineffective from my experience. 23 Apr 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Does what it says. Works well as long as you apply it as instructed and leave for the required time. Good value. 19 Apr 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Paint stripper Used it to strip paint from glass panes. Bit slow but otherwise worked well. You must leave it the hour as per the instructions. Much nicer to use than the caustic stuff. 19 Apr 2016
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25 Apr 2016
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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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27 Apr 2016
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I am looking to strip back an external wooden door, we have stripped about 5 layers of using a heat gun but there is still one thin covering of paint left on, just wondered how many bottles i would need to do it? Thanks in advance.
25 Apr 2016
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Hi ahoward,

This would be more than enough to strip off the varnish on a single door, but coverage will vary dramatically between users.

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26 Apr 2016
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Yes, you can use on decking ,the coverage is 1Ltr per one square metre.
8 Apr 2016
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I need to remove gloss and undercoat that has gone badly yellow, it is ok to use on the moulded doors? Also do you need to use a scraper to remove?
3 Apr 2016
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Yes it is ok to use on moulded doors.
Once the stripper has penetrated to the substrate, scrape off, leaving surface as clean as possible.
Rub down stripped area using a scrubbing brush or stainless steel pad and water.
Rinse with water and allow to dry.
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Hi Fscrag. We can only suggest you contact the suppliers for advice. These are Ronseal, Tel. 0114 2409469 and/or Bartoline Ltd., Tel. 01482 678710 for the paint striper. I hope this information is some help to you.
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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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