Thermoguard Thermostrip PRO
Thermoguard Thermostrip PRO is a water-based, low odour gel for removing all types of water and oil-based coatings including adhesives like carpet glue. For professional and DIY use, there is no safer, more effective stripper on the UK market!
Thermoguard Thermostrip PRO is a water-based, low odour gel for professional and DIY use. There is no safer, more effective stripper on the UK market!
Thermoguard Thermostrip PRO is non-flammable, safer to handle and store while providing a better quality formula for removing all types of water and oil-based coatings including adhesives like carpet glue.
This product is suitable for internal or external use and is non-corrosive and non-ozone depleting which is safer for the environment. Whether you are stripping paint, varnish, artex, stains or lacquers, Thermoguard Thermostrip PRO will provide a fast and safe solution to all your stripping requirements.
*For the perfect finish try Thermoguard Thermowash which will quickly remove all residues without the need for scouring leaving the underlying surface intact.
Please note: Temperature affects the speed of stripping - the warmer the better. Ideal working temperature is 25°C while less effective temperatures lie in the 10°C and below range.
It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.
|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
|heather on 17/02/2016|
I'm looking for advice on Thermostrip. Is it suitable for a wood surface that is quite uneven, i.e. exposed beams in a house? The back of the bottle says 'scrape off', but the wood has holes and a very bumpy texture, so scraping would only get off say 60% of anything gloopy stuck to it. Can I scrub with a brush, even if the non-flat bits haven't been scraped? Or is it the scraping action that removes the varnish / stain? Thanks.
Scraping is the best method of removal but for uneven areas we find a stainless steel scourer can be very effective. We would suggest applying Thermostrip PRO and removing as much as you can with a scraper and then applying a second application of Thermostrip PRO to tackle the uneven areas with the stainless steel scourer. Once all removed, wash down with Thermoguard Thermowash to complete.
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