20 Paint Stripper 1 Litre from FUZE Products. Water Based Paint Remover. Effortlessly Removes Paint from Wood, Brick, Concrete, Metal, Upvc, Glass and More

£21.14

Availability: 10 in stock

Description

  • Non Toxic Paint removal
  • Water based solution incredible results without harming you or your environment.
  • Thickened Product – No Drips, No Waste.
  • Easy to use, highly economical each 500ml will clear approximately 2-3 square metres. .
  • Low Odour

 

Product Description

Biostrip 20 Water Based Paint Stripper

Biostrip 20 is our original water based paint stripper designed for use on all indoor paints.

Ideal for removing paint from most substrates including wood, metal, glass, most plastics, uPVC and stone. Will strip all types of varnish and solvent or water-based paint including tough multiple layers of old gloss paint and all types of acrylic paints. Fast action concentrated formula designed to get the job done.

Safe

Biostrip 20 is non-toxic, non-flammable and non-caustic. It Does not give off hazardous or noxious fumes – ventilation not required. Suitable for use indoors or in confined spaces. Loved by professionals and DIY enthuasiasts alike.

Easy to use

With a thixotropic (thickened) formulation Biostrip 20 clings to vertical surfaces, causing no drips, no runs, no waste. This makes the product economical and easy to use simply brush and wait for the fast acting formula to work its magic.

Water-Based

For a long time water-based products have been met with skepticism. Biostrip 20 is safer for the user and the environment but does not compromise on performance. making it the perfect paint stripping product for any setting.

Using Biostrip 20 on miniatures

Biostrip 20 has become a favourite amongst the tabletop gaming community reliably stripping paint from miniatures quickly and safely. As Biostrip 20 is safe to use on most plastics it won’t damage any precious figures.

BIOSTRIP 20 is a revolutionary paint remover that is safer for both the user and the environment.

Product Features

  • Water based
  • Ideal for trade and home use
  • Safer – non-toxic, non-flammable, non-caustic
  • Thickened solution – suitable for vertical surfaces
  • Easy to use
  • Economical – 500ml will strip 2 to 3 metres squared of paint
  • Fast acting
  • No fumes

How to use

  1. Brush Biostrip 20 onto the paint that needs to be removed. Leave until the paint completely blisters or softens. This process normally starts after 20 to 30 minutes
  2. Once the paint has completely softened/blistered it can be scraped or wiped off
  3. Repeat necessary if there are multiple paint layers
  4. Wash the area thoroughly with clean soapy water. Ensure the area is clean and dry before repainting

Coatings removed include: Water-based coatings, Varnishes, Primers (including aerospace), Primers containing chrome, Oil-based paints and Emulsion.

Suitable substrates include: All wood types, stone, brick, marble, concrete, miniatures, plastered surfaces and many plastics.

Tip: For maximum effect cover the area coated in Biostrip 20 with polythene or cling film. This helps to prevent the Biostrip 20 from drying out and encourages a faster strip time.

We recommend treating a small test area before starting any project.

90 reviews for 20 Paint Stripper 1 Litre from FUZE Products. Water Based Paint Remover. Effortlessly Removes Paint from Wood, Brick, Concrete, Metal, Upvc, Glass and More

  1. 3 out of 5

    Amazon Customer

    Three Stars

    it works but there are better.

    One person found this helpful

  2. 1 out of 5

    saran feldman

    Doesn’t work.

    Tried to remove spilled emulsion paint just smeared it and made matters worse.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Amazon Customer

    really good product used it to strip warhammer miniatures

    really good stuff bit wierd and glopy but really solid product get the job done only thing was during delivery the product was damaged and had a hole in which was a bit difficult when unpacking it but the paint on the printed label was falling off which shows how good of a product it is and how well it does its job.

  4. 2 out of 5

    PaulB

    At least it smells ok.

    Didn’t really work on my front door. Liberally coated, left for ages to soak in. Creates more problems than solves to be honest. Had to use a heat gun in the end.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kindle Customer

    A product that really works

    Easy to use.removed 45 yr olf paint off outside wall.needed 3 coats in some areasUsed jetwash as well.Satisfied customer

  6. 4 out of 5

    sgh100

    Useful product though effort and a heat gun still required

    I reluctantly bought this paint stripper as i was having trouble removing the paint with just a heat gun and a scraper. In short, this product did work, but what I mean by that is that is this: I applied two coatings as the first one didn’t seem to do much (the second coat I applied more thickly, which seems important), and, after the second coating, it did make it easier to scrape it off; but, I still had to use the scraper, the heat gun and a fair amount of effort to remove all of the paint. It was worth using, but it wasn’t quite as easy as I had – probably unrealistically – hoped. It may be that this product would remove all of the paint after multiple, repeated applications but, frankly, I didn’t have time for that and, at £20 per tub, I didn’t have the money either.

    5 people found this helpful

  7. 3 out of 5

    karen

    Not the best unless you have one layer only to be removed

    Only does one layer at a time so very expensive for very little effect

  8. 3 out of 5

    Vince Hartley

    Good delivery well packaged but product could have been stronger

    Not really strong enough for the job

  9. 2 out of 5

    Robert Parsons

    Not the best experience with this product.

    Bought this as we are doing out the garden and planning on cladding the walls, wall which have many years worth of paint on them. I think we’ve used different types of paint too over the years, which is why i started to look at paint removers.We have the top layers that can easily be scraped with a heat gun but the underlying layer just wont budge. Looking around i thought id give this a go an see if it’s as good as it says, well im now glad i bought the smaller/cheaper tub. This too has no effect on the last layer of paint, i’ve even left it over night an still doesn’t do anything.It works on the top layers, if you call working turning it into something with the consistency of chewing gum that is even harder to remove than the dry paint. So all in all not a good experience with this stuff.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tmrw7

    Worked.

    A varnished wood threshold was painted over in white gloss and looked awful, I struggled to remove the gloss and gave up, this has removed it effortlessly! very pleased.

    One person found this helpful

  11. 5 out of 5

    Martin c.

    Excellent product

    Used on some Raptor paint and covered with cling film had to do twice and leave for 48 hours but it stripped it straight down to the metal only thing that I didn’t like was the small size and large cost plus the lid on the small tub wasn’t that good just don’t turn it upside down as it sometimes just opened and it all comes out

  12. 4 out of 5

    Plastic Free Please

    Small projects

    Ok, it does work great on single layers but struggles with multiple paint layers. Worked fine on single layer gloss too. Odour isn’t neutral but better than the usual chemical strippers and didn’t give me a headache or trigger any allergies. However, since the coverage area is pretty low and I’d recommend for light, small projects and craft. I used it to strip paint off copper pipes in downstairs loo. Will use again for stripping paint off chairs. Too expensive for much else. Sadly going to have to use affordable, icky, non eco stripper for walls and skirting till prices become more competitive.

    2 people found this helpful

  13. 1 out of 5

    Sam Harrison

    Worthless

    This stuff is worthless, useless crap. It is essentially wallpaper paste branded as paint stripper. Applied liberally and waited 20 minutes – no change. Left for 2 hours – no change. Left for 24 hours – no change. If you’re wanting to strip a wall just use a scraper, it is far more efficient, cost effective, and actually gets the job done unlike this stuff.Would not recommend, absolutely worthless.

  14. 3 out of 5

    Cynic

    Not for deck stain

    This is incentive on deck stain. It softens but not sufficiently too remove easily even with a heat gun. On metal it works well. So 5* for metal and 1* for deck stain.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Peter

    Best stripper ever

    This has to be the best product I have ever used for stripping models. These old necrons were caked with years of layers of paint, I left them over night in the tub and in the morning ran them under the hot tap.I used to use detol and that left flakes attached and was a nightmare if it got wet but as this biostrip is water based you can just wash it off immediately.Highly recommend getting the 1l if you’re doing large models as you can submerge the whole thing in the tub.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Eva V

    Great job

    Much easier to remove than better known brands and it definitely smells less but does the same job. Apply liberally for better results as thin layers don’t work well. One pot really goes a long way. I would definitely recommend it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Spodders

    Superb product

    Superb product. I highly recommend this product for the tasks I used it for and it is reasonable to assume it will be just as effective in normal paint stripping tasks.It resembles gloopy white milk or yoghurt and has almost no smell. There were no chemical fumes or nasty skin burns either although I did wear nitrile gloves to be safe. Its water based and as far as I am aware, environmentally friendly but I advise checking this.I used it to strip several layers of acrylic paint from plastic wargames vehicles and it did so without any harm to the plastic. I found brushing it on using an old 2″ brush was more economical than dunking the items and they cleaned up perfectly after a second application. Somewhat to my amusement, this had the handy side effect of stripping dried paint from the old brush itself and after washing the bristles were smooth again!I used it a second time to remove a mix of acrylic and enamel paint from old lead based and pewter miniatures by dunking them in and got the same great result. It didn’t even harm their plastic stands although it does seem to dissolve dried superglue to I recommend keeping a close eye on any glued-on parts if that’s what it’s being used for. It also softens some modelling putty so I advise great care if using it to clean up a heavily filled model.Photos of the paint strip of the wargames vehicles attached to this review.

    27 people found this helpful

  18. 3 out of 5

    Amazon Customer

    Doesnt work on soft toy plastic

    Used on a toy hoping to strip its painy but it starts to melt the plastic, so the whole thing is covered in gunge that wont remove. Probably no problem on differnt types of plastics and metals etc, just not soft toy plastic

  19. 2 out of 5

    Phillip Wickett

    Not impressed

    Used this today 11 June 2020 was not impressed,pasted on like directions said left for 30 mins,bubbled up ok but only took top layer of paint off ( 1st of 2 coats) thought this would take off both layers,so I’ve got to get heat gun out which is what I was trying avoid,would not recommend this products .

  20. 3 out of 5

    Lynnette W.

    Expected it to be stronger

    Expected it to be stronger, put plenty on but still needed several applications – that’s probably because it’s Bio, which isn’t a bad thing, but I have used none bio strippers that were stronger.

  21. 2 out of 5

    simon

    Not very effective

    This didn’t really work for me on old Victorian paint. Ordered two pots and most will go to waste. Much quicker, easier and cleaner using a heat gun. Shame as I liked the eco aspect.

  22. 1 out of 5

    Paul Fallon

    Brick wall paint removal

    Bought this expensive product to strip paint from a brick wall. If helps with stripping paint but in my case £20 down and hardly any paint removed

  23. 5 out of 5

    Adam Buckley

    Fantastic for war gaming

    Fantastic. Bought to remove paint from war gaming miniatures and it did the job amazingly!

  24. 3 out of 5

    DJB

    Not impressed

    Not very impressed even after carefully following the instructions

  25. 3 out of 5

    Ab C

    OK

    Does what it says on the tin. Not a bad product, would recommend.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nick Smith

    It wirks

    It removed hammerite paint off of my garage door. I only needed to do the bottom panel and used ⅔ of the pot. It would need a few pots to fo the whole door so costs may be an issue

  27. 4 out of 5

    Amazon Customer

    Good product

    Great product. Used to strip think coats off painted wall back to plaster and came off after 3-4 coats. Also didn’t smell as much as other strippers.

  28. 5 out of 5

    James C

    Great for minitures with high levels of detial

    Like a lot of people I look at my old figures and want to paint them again but first I’ve got to remove the old paint. This does an amazing job it’ll even take off lacquer paints like Mr Color, Gaia Notes etc as well as Games Workshop/Vallejo acrylic paints. Honestly the plastic looks factory fresh once it’s all off.One downside is that it does seem to effect any superglue that’s visible you’ll just see a white thin layer this wont show up after a base coat but it could be a problem if your prone to throwing on too much glue.The catch is actually then getting the goo off the model once it’s done eating off the paint. The best answer I’ve found is IPA it’ll reduce it down to a watery substance quickly. Otherwise because it’s like a gell it wont just wash off and you need it 100% gone before you apply a new primer.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sandy

    Good value

    Did the job

  30. 5 out of 5

    Pam Donaghy

    Works well

    I have asthma so normal paintstripper is not an option. I had a garage door covered in thick old varnish. Two coats did the trick leave it on a good while with a good covering. I then scraped off the majority, it does wash off but is a bit like glue and very messy.

  31. 5 out of 5

    tmoth

    Very good. Also a useful quantity.

    Delivered on time. I like this because it smelled a lot less than the other one I had and it worked more slowly but in the end the paint came off properly unlike the other one I had which left a lot of paint behind. It really only takes off one layer of paint and you need to spread it quite thickly so one tends to use more than one anticipates – that’s why this quantity was about right for me to strip the paint off some stairs. Use gloves and get a scraper to remove the mess 🙂

    12 people found this helpful

  32. 4 out of 5

    Cliente Amazon

    Efficient

    I used this product to strip off paint from miniatures. It works perfectly. A little bit expensive but it does his job.

    One person found this helpful

  33. 4 out of 5

    Tony Morris

    Leave it longer

    It’s good but leave on the paint longer than it says on the instructions

  34. 5 out of 5

    dawnyanne

    ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC PRODUCT!

    This paint stripper is absolutely amazing works a treat and no smell! I used it to get horrid paint off of some kitchen tiles. When I first put it on I was to keen and eager to start scraping the paint off as soon as it bubbles but as another customer said – wait and let the product do the work and if it doesnt all come off in the first go – just add another coat and it will be off in no time. So impressed with this and now looking for other projects to do around the house with this as its such good fun! Definitely recommend! Thank you Biostrip for making a horrid job easy and fun to do!

    8 people found this helpful

  35. 5 out of 5

    P of Merseyside

    Brilliant

    I got paint on my concrete patio slabs. I was getting desperate so I tried this and then washed it out with my jet washer. Paint was gone just like that. That’s hard stuff to remove so I old definatley recommend this when other methods fall short, it’s brilliant

  36. 5 out of 5

    MR Francis

    It Strips

    Used for My Garage door, took a bit longer than the instructions said but it worked a treat! Will defiantly buy again.

  37. 5 out of 5

    Rick Corden

    Removes paint from resin miniatures without damaging them

    Excellent paint remover for my Warhammer miniatures strips plastic, metal and even resin can’t recommend enough for stripping models

  38. 4 out of 5

    Al

    Patience

    Decent enough, patience is key. Once applied I covered in cling film to stop it drying out and left it to work it’s magic. Did what I needed it too

  39. 5 out of 5

    Ricky

    Really easy to use, dose the job I no time

    I brought this product to strip the horridly painted ceiling beams in the house I have just brought, and I honestly didn’t know what to expect, as I didn’t know the type of paint used or how many layers there was. This stripper worked amazingly, the paint was coming off fairly easily in 20 minuets and after an hour it was no trouble to remove at all. 2 coats and all the paint is gone ready for sanding.As I was stripping ceiling beams I was worried about how messy this would be but I found that as the product has a thick gloopy texture it didn’t drip off the beams at all. It was quite messy to remove especially on the second layer which was manly the paint residue and vanish so definitely cover Any surfaces and consider newspapering the walls If you don’t want to repaint.3/4 of a tub did the beams in one room so I have brought a second tub for the beams in another room.Oh, there also wasn’t any Nasty chemical smell.

    33 people found this helpful

  40. 5 out of 5

    Lee Jones

    Amazing product does the job.

    This is the real deal for doing a fantastic job with ease.I can’t praise this product enough and was so surprised how well it performed.Thank you to the company who makes this.

  41. 2 out of 5

    James

    Not as good as the cheapest paint stripper available

    It removes some paint, not brilliantly. No Nonsense paint stripper is better, as it the Wilko 500ml for £3.60I wouldn’t recommend this one.Used on 1966 stair paint.

  42. 1 out of 5

    Mrs J walker

    waste of money

    It states on the very small container that it comes in that when brushed on the paint will bubble and can then be wiped or scraped off. 12 hours later there is no sign of a bubble or any sign of the paint coming off. It has just caused the wall to become a sticky mess. Absolute waste of money

    One person found this helpful

  43. 5 out of 5

    Client d’Amazon

    This product did an excellent job! We used it to remove water based …

    This product did an excellent job!We used it to remove water based paint from plastered wall, which had a very bad smell although supposed to be “eco, odour-free”.The paint could be easily removed after leaving the product work for about 30mins.

    4 people found this helpful

  44. 4 out of 5

    TechAnon

    Smooth Painted Masonry. It works – but it is is still very hard work and takes several applications.

    Stripping very old paint from a Masonry pillar.is not a simple task. I brushed the Biostrip onto the old paint , which was flaking off in parts and very hard in other places. The stripper appears to only cause a thin layer of the paint surface to ” bubble up ” at a time, I then wrapped the treated areas of the pillar in cling film – to keep the paint surface humid – a more expensive competing product uses a special covering paper, which can be used to peel the softened paint layer and I can imagine that this might be effective . I left the cling film on for too long and in a very few places – pulling off the cling film did pull off small sections of paint – since some sections of the pillar still need to be to be treated , I will probably try Amazon brown packing paper to see whether it is strong enough to pull away any dead paint layers. I then used a thin filling knife to force it under the paint layers to force up a strip of dead paint – it worked in places – but it takes a lot of effort. This is not a 5 minute DIY job ! I had what I thought was a good idea and purchased a hot air gun from Amazon – but it was not such a good idea because it barely browns the paint because the Masonry absorbs all of the heat. The task is not yet completed.

    12 people found this helpful

  45. 5 out of 5

    J Clarke

    Low odour stripper that works

    Works really well and so much more pleasant to use than the harsher chemical strippers.

  46. 5 out of 5

    john

    Harmless-looking but effective

    I’m using this to remove oil paint from an old canvas. I’m amazed at how well this harmless-looking stuff is working! The brush I’m using cleans up well using just water! I’m playing safe of course, and am washing my hands after using it. And I’m covering surrounding areas using old towels. And I’m getting through massive amounts of paper towel when cleaning up.

  47. 5 out of 5

    Kim172

    Did a good job

    Used it to strip a bannister. Put the stripper on, covered it in cling film then left it for 24 hours. When I removed the cling the paint practically fell off. A bit fiddly but worth it as Took all the hard work out of a horrible job.

  48. 5 out of 5

    Karan

    Bargain.

    Really easy to use and stripped external paint off straight away without any hassle.

  49. 5 out of 5

    David John Ogle

    Stripping wargaming minis: look no further

    I’ve tried pretty much everything else to strip paint from miniatures (isopropyl alcohol, white spirit, thinners, turps, etc) and this is the only thing which actually works.Nice and thick – the consistency of PVA glue. Spread a coat of this over any acrylic or enamel paint, wait ten minutes and scrub with a paintbrush. The paint just falls off. Multiple layers of paint may require multiple applications.Doesn’t melt styrene plastic even when left for over a week. Can’t ask for much more.

  50. 2 out of 5

    Amazon Customer

    Very eco friendly.

    Should be called paint cleaner. Rather than paint stripper. In Thier attempt to make it non toxic and environmental friendly they have inadvertently made it useless at removing paint.On the plus side my chest of drawers is now very clean. I’m off to go and give the car a wash with it later. Safe in the knowledge it is extremely paint friendly.

    3 people found this helpful

  51. 1 out of 5

    Nelly

    Useless. Doesn’t work.

    My first ever review of a product purchased via Amazon, but this product was so bad that I had to comment. I coated a test strip (2 feet x 5 feet) of internal wall that was painted with vinyl emulation, and 5 hours later, covered in sweat, I finally managed to get the paint off. A waste of money. Don’t buy it.

  52. 5 out of 5

    jfk

    Suggest wearing eye protection and gloves when using it .

    I used this to remove the old oil from our decking . After winter the decking looks awful . I hired a sander to take off the stubborn coating which was expensive . The areas on the side of the deck still needed stripping . Couldn’t face any more sanding so tried this stripper. Worked a treat . Applied it with a paint brush . Waited about 10 minutes then pressure washed the old oil off with ease . Could have saved the cost of the sander hire !! This is really easy to use. More effective than sanding and not such hard work. Will use again next spring .

    15 people found this helpful

  53. 3 out of 5

    GR111

    Not as good as expected

    I got this base upon reviews as I was trying to remove 40years worth of paint from some exterior walls and cills. To be honest it only seems to take one coat of paint of at a time, but that could be down to the paints used (they are a mixture of oil and water based I suspect). Otherwise, not bad value for money and easy to use.

  54. 2 out of 5

    Fujiphu

    Didn’t do as well on thicker paint

    Expected it to work better, couldn’t remove thick paint

  55. 1 out of 5

    Rich B.

    This does not work on patio stones

    Are use this item after reading reviews on Amazon and as you can see all it has done is left a nasty stain around the paint is already on my patio it looks worse than when I started I may have two change the patio stones not a good purchase.All it has done is taken the colour out of the stone and left a stain the paint is still as it was.

  56. 5 out of 5

    matt uk

    Wicked stuff

    Wow this stuff is brilliant wanted to get green paint off our pvc in conservatory that previous owners had put on. It was awful green!! We were looking for a product that got paint off pvc quick and no taint to it. And this did just that .Absolutely recommend this product 100% worth it.

  57. 5 out of 5

    Andrew P

    Highly recommend

    The previous owner of our house did a shocking job of painting the external walls and as can be seen by the before photo, paint had dropped down the wall. I tried various products including brick acid but nothing worked until I tried biostrip. It did take 4 coats, each time applying plenty of the product to the affected areas. I let it to work it’s magic for an hour, then I attached a soft brush drill bit to my electric drill and went at it. I then rinsed off the residue. The after photo still shows some faint signs of the old paint but I am happy with the results

  58. 4 out of 5

    IceCubes

    Four Stars

    Does the job on vinyl wrap. Only used a tablespoonful. What to I do with the other 99%?

  59. 5 out of 5

    Merici

    Quick and very strong. Smell can be intense if work with it indoors

    Amazing stripper. I used it to remove the paint out of a desk and it was really quick to act and easy, I applied and wrap the desk in foil paper left it act for 1 hour and some of paint came out as I removed the foil paper. I let it dry too long though, so on stubborn areas I just applied another coda and in 15min it was ready to go. I used less than 1/4 tub for a 120x55cm desk. The smell it was intense as I had to work with it inside the flat, but muuuuch better than others I have used before.

  60. 3 out of 5

    Catherine Duffy

    Ok

    Crap for tough paint thats been there yearsVery messy stuff so be prepared

    One person found this helpful

  61. 4 out of 5

    Gordon Mcpherson

    Need several coats to have nice job

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     Used to remove masonry paint from coping stones on my wall.It needed at least two or three coats to remove but when completed it did the job.

  62. 5 out of 5

    Kindle Customer

    Excellent for minatures

    I used this to strip paint off some warhammer minatures that my children had painted over 10 years ago.My son has recently taken up warhammer again and we stripped the paint off and had models like new.If we left it too long the glue also came off.

  63. 5 out of 5

    Clare Riddlestone

    Great for tiles

    Easy to use, not too much of a nasty smell, takes paint of tiles amazingly quickly

  64. 3 out of 5

    Kevin SAMMO Sammons

    lacklustre

    found it a bit lack lustre for my needs ….. the paint and varnish was old and only really took the surface off. ended up having them all dipped professionally.

  65. 5 out of 5

    Wolfhound mum

    So useful

    I refurbish vintage metalware & some pieces have had a lacquer applied. Over the years it goes yellow & spoils the item. I mentioned this to my son & he suggested using this as he uses it to strip old paint from models.The results were brilliant. I applied to a vintage copper bowl & once the lacquer was softened & washed off, I was able to polish as normal. I was really pleased with the product.Image shown is after using this stripper & then a polish. It was dark brown before.

  66. 2 out of 5

    Rumel Jahur

    Doesn’t flake and requires a lot of scrapping!!!

    Applied this solution on the walls, left it for 24 hrs hoping that it will dry up and flake, but instead it softened a little bit and had to really get the scrapper to scrap it off. It takes a lot of physical effort and it is very expensive product, not satisfied with this product and wouldn’t highly recommend it to anyone!!!!

  67. 3 out of 5

    Lucinda Tweed

    Three Stars

    Very wet and drippy, not sure its very strong,

  68. 1 out of 5

    Miss N.

    Fail

    Evo friendly but compared to ‘real’ paint stripper it took ages to work & then hardly loosened paint at all.

  69. 5 out of 5

    Amazon Customer

    fantastic best stuff I have used.

    I have tried dettol, meths, spirits, upto and while they all work ok biostrip has been the best. Used it on gw finecase and resin and stripped fine. Don’t leave too long to be safe. Most models a few minutes and just brush and rinse. It will involve brushing longer you leave easier and quicker I found it to remove paint.

  70. 5 out of 5

    PAUL BRADSHAW

    Did what was required

    A little expensive but did what I needed in 2 attempts. Clean the tiles of paint in the bathroom

    One person found this helpful

  71. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Carpenter

    Best model stripper I ever had

    Really good at stripping models.

  72. 1 out of 5

    A.G.KAY

    Didn’t work

    I bought this with some pretty low expectations as it was an Eco product, but even with that mindset I was still very disappointed. I applied a liberal amount onto the door I wanted to strip, I’d removed it so I could lie it flat, but nothing happened, literally, NOTHING, left it for over an hour, added more, still nothing. After 3 hours I rinsed it all off and used a heat gun. The reason I didn’t want to use the gun was I could crack the glass, which is no longer produced, I cracked the glass which really annoyed me and now have the trouble of finding a replacement which will probably be impossible.

    2 people found this helpful

  73. 4 out of 5

    mark thomas bird

    Good Product

    IT’s a good product did what the tin say’s but very messy. I would use again cheaper than other products

  74. 5 out of 5

    DEREK HARRISON

    It works!

    Bought this for my friend, he liked it!

  75. 5 out of 5

    Jackie R.

    paint on. leave 20 mins. jet wash off. brilliant product

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     I wasn’t sure this would work on bricks as well as the description said, but I was wrong. We recently spray painted decking and got it all over walls, upvc frames and glass. This took the paint away from all these surfaces. We used a paint brush to brush it on, left it for 20 mins and then jet washed it off. Perfect. You can’t even tell there was any paint there.

  76. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Littlechild

    Amazing product for varnish

    Used to strip varnish of wood panelling. Simply painted on with paintbrush. Washed off with water 15 minutes later. No mess no drips no smell. Couldn’t believe it actually worked. This panel took 1 1/2 hours to do.

    2 people found this helpful

  77. 5 out of 5

    Amazon Customer

    Amazing

    Amazing, lifted off 10 years paint easily. Does not smell toxic. Does not need too much product and does a good job

  78. 3 out of 5

    Margaret Ukoha

    Good

    The product was good but very small

  79. 4 out of 5

    Mrs M A Crawford

    Effective but Messy

    Bought this to strip some thick paint from an old chair. It certainly dissolved the paint, turning it into a thick liquid which needed removing with a scraper so be prepared for some mess. Fairly odour-free so not too bad to use in this respect.

  80. 1 out of 5

    Shadiyah Islam

    Not good

    It doesn’t work on my wall

  81. 4 out of 5

    nonna

    Four Stars

    very good job

  82. 2 out of 5

    stephanie

    Doesn’t work to remove paint on decking

    Having read that this product may be used on wood products, I bought it to remove some old paint on a small piece of wood decking on a roof terrace. I have done a patch test on one of the less weathered areas of decking where the paint is most in tact, but two days later it has left a sticky glue-y type mess that hasn’t blistered/removed any paint. I tried scraping with a wire brush, but I think this product may actually make it more difficult to remove the paint over hand sanding it down. So I can’t say I would recommend the product for this use sadly.

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  83. 5 out of 5

    Sonia

    Price

    Very expensive for the small area it covers

  84. 5 out of 5

    dsm

    Worked on wood

    The stripper had an instant effect on my wood, peeled it all back perfectly. Then left me to clean up the mess!

  85. 4 out of 5

    David Leith

    It’s ok

    It did fetch the old paint up, but make sure you’ve got something to catch the waste paint has if it gets under your shoes it can be messyNeeds to be stronger if you’ve got more layers of paint on.

  86. 1 out of 5

    Geoff

    Completely Useless

    I bought this to remove some water-based wood stain from my stone patio. Followed the instructions to the letter but the wood stain still remains. This may be OK for other uses but if you have wood stain on your patio slabs don’t bother with this!

  87. 2 out of 5

    Amazon Customer

    idea commendable, execution lamentable

    Got this as enticed by its bio attributes. Unfortunately had to finish by going back to the hot air paint stripper. Applied the product and left it on for recommended time and then re applied and left it on way beyond the recommended time. The product softened the top layer but unfortunately not enough to enable it to be removed and it would not wash off either. Instead it left a sort of soft mildly bubbled paint. The job of stripping a door ended up taking about 5 days. Reluctantly I would go for a full chemical stripper next time.

  88. 5 out of 5

    Martin Page

    I can recommend this product.

    Bought this with intention of removing paint from an artex ceiling and was then going to use the artex remover, but the paintstripper did the job all in one go. Was a bit messy but all cleaned up easily with soap and water.

  89. 5 out of 5

    patsy

    works better than most

    I have an old Windsor chair that needed renovating and was both stained and varnished in old oil based varnish. I tried 2 other strippers before finding this and it is by far the best. It is quite runny but will stick to vertical surfaces. I worked in the garden and found that the process was quicker and more effective if applied in direct sunlight – I could actually watch the bubbles forming. Not sure if this was the sun or the heat so might be worth trying a hairdryer? I also found that applying a first coat and letting it sit for 5 or 10 minutes allowed a thicker 2nd coat (directly on top of the first coat). It washes off quite well but will clog up your sponge or wire wool and I found a hose and a nail brush the most effective combination. I would say this is the best ‘new’ stripper for varnish I have tried but still not as good as the old high strength stuff.

    7 people found this helpful

  90. 5 out of 5

    Roshani Pietersz

    Great PaintStripper

    Fabulous paint stripper. Works well with Acrylic paints


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