Posts Tagged ‘paint stripper’

Getting Wood Door Renovation and Restoration Right

Friday, February 6th, 2015

If you’re lucky enough to have a real wood, period feature front door, which has perhaps fallen into a state of disrepair over the years, you have a great opportunity to make a lasting impression on visitors and, if you’re planning to sell, potential home buyers. After all your front door makes a powerful first impression and you want it… Read More

Why Paint Strippers Often Fail

Friday, September 26th, 2014

Have you had problems with paint stripper? If so you’re not alone. People are having all sorts of issues with paint removing products, through no fault of their own. So we thought it’d be useful to look at why they don’t always work, and why household name paint stripping brands that once had such a good reputation… Read More

How to Remove Paint from Wood

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

We get a steady stream of customers asking us for advice about paint stripper use and how to remove paint and varnish from wood. Here’s some practical information about stripping paint from wood, designed to help you choose the right product. Removing paint from wood You might be the lucky owner of a lovely period… Read More

Peel Away To Reveal A Hidden Treasure

Thursday, December 15th, 2011

Period homes throughout the country offer some of the most beautiful and intricate examples of heritage design. Unfortunately, these creative gems are often hidden away during “renovations” when home owners opt for the seemingly “easier” task of painting over the existing finish rather than stripping it back to the original moulding. Thankfully there is a… Read More