Water-based, Solvent-free and pH-neutral
Clings 100% to vertical surfaces - no drips or runs, hence no waste.
Economical to use- independent tests have shown that on average Home Strip goes up to three times as far as dangerous solvent-based strippers
Minimal VOC content; 0.000004%, as certified by an independent laboratory, following a flame ionisation detection test.
Does not give off fumes - no need for ventilation and no need to work outside
Suitable for use by and near people with respiratory problems, such as asthma sufferers.
Non-irritant - does not cause skin burns - safe to use around children and pets
Wet working system - keeps wet and working for up to 24 hours, making it ideal for the removal of lead-based paints. If it dries, simply re-wet, and Home Strip carries on working for you. Strips while you sleep!
By purchasing this product, you are confirming that you are AGED 18 or over and that the person receiving the delivery is also over 18. Please note that we do occasionally ask for proof of age.
Science not solvents, Eco Solutions paint stripper is ahead of the game. Using unique technology Home Strip is a very effective paint and varnish remover without the need for toxic solvents (dichloromethane, DCM, methylene chloride the main constituent of many strippers used today will be banned from retail outlets shortly). Home Strip is safe to use, non-toxic, no fumes or skin burns; you can work in confined areas without worrying about ventilation. Effective paint stripping has never been easier or safer, and it goes twice as far as solvent based stripper. Stay ahead of the game and stay safe with Home Strip Paint & Varnish Remover.
24 October 2016
Rubbish avoidAbsolutely rubbish so disappointed. Don't waste your time and effort
9 July 2015
It worksHaving only ever used the more familiar caustic variety of paint stripper I thought I'd take a chance on how well or not a more "friendly" product might work. No fumes..no burns nothing exciting, just bubbled paint easily removed with a scraper. Wish this product had been around years ago...