Circa 1850 Furniture Stripper

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SKU: 180050 UPC: 068097180050
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Discover the Unmatched Efficacy of Circa 1850 Furniture Stripper

The ultimate solution for all your paint and varnish removal needs. As a leading furniture stripper in the market, this product promises an effective and delicate approach to stripping away the old, and revealing the beauty underneath.


Non-Flammable: For a safe and worry-free application.

No Scraping or Sanding: Making your job hassle-free.

Minimal Odor: Ensuring a pleasant working experience.

Why Choose Circa 1850 Furniture Stripper?

Deep Action Formula: Expertly crafted to strip off layers of oil, latex, epoxy paint, polyurethane, and even moisture cure, lacquer, and shellac.

User-Friendly: Say goodbye to offensive odors! Enjoy an almost odorless, non-flammable, and no scraping experience.

Wood Safe: Treating your treasured items with care, it won't raise the wood grain, damage patina, or harm veneers and most glue joints.

Efficient & Effective: Removes layers effortlessly without needing after wash or neutralizing.

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  1. Choose a location away from direct sunlight or wind.
  2. Adorn protective gear – chemical-resistant gloves and protective eyewear are a must.
  3. Lay a polyethylene or foil sheet to shield your work area.
  4. Dispense the stripper into a metal or foil container.
  5. Apply generously on a 1-4ft² surface area and await 15 minutes or until you see paint blistering.
  6. Ensure the surface remains moist with the stripper; if drying occurs, reapply.
  7. Gently wipe away the softened finish using our recommended Circa 1850 Maple Scraper for wood-safe removal.
  8. For stubborn residue, a second application might be necessary.
  9. Utilize steel wool dipped in remover for final residue removal.
  10. After drying, a light sanding is recommended for a pristine surface ready for staining or refinishing.

For vertical surfaces or exterior applications, consider Circa 1850 Heavy Body Paint & Varnish Remover.

Always exercise caution – contents may be under pressure. Ensure no open flames are nearby. May soften plastic and fibreglass.

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Frequently Asked Questions:
Circa 1850 Furniture Stripper

1. What makes Circa 1850 Furniture Stripper different from other paint removers in the market?

The Circa 1850 Furniture Stripper is uniquely formulated to strip away multiple paint and varnish types without harming the wood. Unlike many other products, it's almost odorless, non-flammable, and doesn't require post-application neutralizing, making it a top choice for both amateurs and professionals.

2. Is the Circa 1850 Furniture Stripper safe for all wood types?

Absolutely! Circa 1850 is designed to be gentle on all wood varieties. It won't raise wood grain, damage the patina, or harm most glue joints and veneers. However, always do a small patch test if you're unsure.

3. Where to buy Circa 1850 furniture stripper?

You can buy authentic Circa 1850 Furniture Stripper directly from our website. We offer three convenient sizes: 500ml (17oz), 946ml (32oz), and 3.78L (128oz).

4. Do I need to sand my furniture after using the Circa 1850 Furniture Stripper?

While our product minimizes the need for extensive sanding, a light sanding post-application is advisable to prepare the surface for refinishing or staining. This will ensure the best results and adherence of any subsequent treatments.

5. I noticed the product is non-flammable. Does this mean it's safe to use around open flames?

While Circa 1850 Furniture Stripper is indeed non-flammable, we always recommend exercising utmost caution and ensuring that you work away from any open flames or high heat sources for safety.

6. How long does it typically take for the paint or varnish to blister after applying the Circa 1850 Furniture Stripper?

After generously applying the stripper, it generally takes around 5 minutes for the paint or varnish to start blistering. However, this can vary depending on the thickness and type of the coating. Ensure the area remains moist with the stripper during this time.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
Edward Cyr (Toronto, CA)
Furniture stripper

This is an excellent project.


Great stuff!!!

Cheryl Graham
Hands down, the best!

I am refinishing a 100 year old cabinet, with multiple layers of paint. I had scraped (and scraped) then tried a well known paint stripper. No luck. I bought some Circa 1850 and tried it. Incredible! It started working in less than a minute! I will be using this great product throughout my restoration work!