- The skirtings, doorframes & doors have several chipped & flaking coats of paint on them - how do I make them presentable?
- What should I do to prepare a wall for painting or wallpapering?
- What is the best way of sticking back loose wallpaper or edges that are curling away from the wall?
- The sealant strip has not bonded - what do I do?
- Why do I still have marks after using 3 in 1 Mould Killer?
Polycell Wallpaper Stripper
Polycell Wallpaper Stripper makes wallpaper stripping easier and faster. It penetrates the wallpaper and dissolves adhesive to actively release the wallpaper. Unlike steam strippers, it does not damage plaster. The concentrated formulation makes enough to strip a large room.
- Penetrates wallpaper, dissolving adhesive to actively release wallpaper.
- Does not damage plaster.
- Concentrated formula, enough to strip a large room.
- ToolsBroad bladed stripping knife, scoring tool, dust sheets, bags for disposal, brush or sponge and safety glasses.
- Difficulty leveltwo stars
- Pack size500ml flask
How to apply
- Difficulty levelstarstwo stars difficultylevel
Add 1/2 the contents to 16 pints (9 Litres) of cold water.
Cover all furniture and fabrics.
Always wear safety glasses and protective gloves.
Score surface of washable or painted wallpapers. Vinyls should be peeled off to expose the backing material.
Brush or sponge wallpaper stripper solution onto the surface generously, ensuring an even covering.
Leave it to soak in for 5-10 minutes.
Strip with a broad bladed stripping knife.
If necessary repeat until all paper is removed.
Wash tools in warm water.
Tools you need
- Broad bladed stripping knife
- scoring tool
- dust sheets
- bags for disposal
- brush or sponge and safety glasses.
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