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Nitromor New All Purpose Paint & Varnish Remover 2 Litre NIT1392896


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Technical Details
Part Number 1392896
Item Weight2.2 Kg
Product Dimensions11 x 6 x 18.2 cm
Item model number1392896
Item Package Quantity1
Weight2.2 Kilograms
  
Additional Information
ASINB005VOJI7Q
Best Sellers Rank 11,629 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 Kg
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Date First Available12 Jan. 2011
  
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Nitromor New All Purpose Paint & Varnish Remover 2 Litre NIT1392896


Nitromors fast acting, all-purpose remover is excellent at stripping layers of paint, varnish and lacquer. The green coloured gel is easy to see and apply, gives superior coverage and is slow to evaporate. The new double strength formula strips up to twice the paint layers. Ideal for wood, metal and masonry. It is non-drip, making it ideal for vertical surfaces.

This paint and varnish remover is dichloromethane free, meaning that it is less volitile and will stay active for longer compared to other dichloromethane based removers.

Water and solvent washable.

Coverage: 375ml covers up to 1m² (approx ½ door side).

NIT1392896 All Purpose Paint & Varnish Remover has the following size: 2 litres.


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3.4 out of 5 stars

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. Crook on 13 Jun. 2012
I've been removing some self adhesive floor tiles stuck on floorboard and have been left with a nasty sticky epoxy glue residue on the boards. After trying just about every solvent I could think of, and a belt sander. I was still left with the residue.

Nitromors was a last resort, and I found that a decent coating left for about 10 mins dissolved/ softened the glue to the point where it could be removed with a flat bladed scraper. All the boards need then was a thorough wipe down.

It says that it's low fumes, but I'd strongly recommend making sure you've got as much ventilation as possible.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By gina on 31 Jan. 2013
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I don't rate this much at all. They have taken something out from the last time i used it. I would not buy it again but stick with a better brand i've found. I only wish i'd found it sooner as it has been costly for me to perservier with nitromors.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By I. D. Scott on 25 Jun. 2013
I had used the OLD Nitromors with great success, paint a coat on and Bob's your uncle the paint/varnish started bubbling up more or less straight away. This "new" Nitromors is rubbish at twice the price. You use twice as much & it still doesn't work even on only 2 layers of varnish. I ended up returning it as it DIDN'T do what it said on the tin. Because of an EU directive the active ingredient has been taken out. Don't waste your time & effort trying to use this new formula. I was lucky enough to find someone who still had a few tins of the old stuff,don't know what I will use when that's gone.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Vitamino on 13 Aug. 2014
I wish I'd read the reviews on Amazon and elsewhere before I wasted my hard earned on this crap. I needed to remove one layer of emulsion paint from a radiator. The emulsion paint had already extensively cracked. So I followed the instructions to the letter. This Nitromors product did nothing. It just sat there and I had to use a paint scraper and a lot of effort instead. I might as well have used marmalade, this stuff is shockingly useless.

More importantly the 'safety cap' is NOT SAFE. You have to squeeze the sides of the cap to free it from a circular latch but this does not work. I ended up pulling the whole assembly off! This stuff his toxic and they couldn't even be bothered to make to cap properly!

Avoid this useless product at all costs.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By rjw1000 on 12 Sept. 2013
I was removing paint from a window with the old formulation Nitromors and ran out. The old formulation removed the paint back to the wood in three coats. The new green formulation on the same window has not had any effect on the paint.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. W. Devereux on 20 July 2014
It's not like Nitromors used to be. Due to Health and safety laws, Nitromors is now like moisturiser rather than paint stripper. Dichlormethane or methylene chloride was the active bit, but it seems to be being phased out in the DIY sector.

If you want decent paint stripper that is like the old Nitromors USED to be - get Starchem Synstrip. It works very well on many types of paints, but wear the right PPE - gloves goggles etc - Starchem Synstrip seriously burns when it gets on your skin!

I've used it on twin pack, and high lead-content 80 year old paint on my pre-war car with extremely satisfactory results.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By lindyloo on 12 Feb. 2012
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I bought this large tin to strip a few pieces of furniture. It's the Nitromors we know and love and it does do a good job but the tin was very badly dented and I was concerned that the tin with the leftovers would degenerate over time in the shed. Tried to get new tin to decant into but seller didn't have any. So, good value for money but packaging not up to the weight of the tin, I think.
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What's to say, good commercial paint / varnish stripper. I used it on varnish worked fine, but watch the fumes!
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