AN EFFECTIVE PAINT OR COATING REMOVAL PROCESS SHOULD NOT DAMAGE THE SURFACE UNDERNEATH IT.
Our products remove the paint or coating from the substrate by dissolving it to a residue which is then washed off, ensuring the pores of the surface or grain of the wood are completely free of paint.
Air-abrasive systems, such as dry ice or sand blasting cannot distinguish between the coating and substrate. They can cause untold damage to sensitive substrates leaving brickwork looking like dried sponge, carved stonework with its detail all but obliterated and woodwork with the appearance of sea-eroded driftwood. Although they may seem to be a quick and easy fix, it usually results in an unsatisfactory solution.
With our concise range of products you can remove virtually any paint or coating from virtually any surface. For help in selecting the correct product you may wish to use our Product Selector. As it can be difficult to know exactly what type of paint you are trying to remove, trial packs are available of all our products so you can do some tests to ensure you have chosen the correct product for your project.
Paint Removers for Wood, Metal, Brick & More