Circa 1850 Furniture Stripper quickly and easily strips off multiple layers of oil, latex and epoxy paint; oil and latex varnish; polyurethane; moisture cure; lacquer and shellac. It does not require any after wash or neutralizing. Safe to use on fine furniture – will not raise wood grain, harm most glue joints or veneers, or damage patina. May soften plastic and fiberglass. Circa 1850 Furniture Stripper is non-flammable and almost odorless.
Circa 1850 Furniture Stripper is perfect for removing old paint or varnish from your furniture without harming the wood. This stripper is safe to use on fine furniture and will not raise wood grain, harm most glue joints or veneers, or damage patina. Plus, it’s non-flammable and almost odorless!
⭐ No Scraping
⭐ No Offensive Odors
⭐ No Sanding
✔️ Taxes & duties to be paid at time of delivery for all US customers.
Directions For Use
Avoid working in direct sunlight or wind. Wear chemical resistant gloves and protective eyewear. Protect work area with polyethylene or foil sheet.
1. Pour some stripper into a foil or metal container.
2. Brush a generous coat onto .1-.4m² (1-4ft²) of surface and let stand for 5 minutes or until paint blisters.
3. Keep area being stripped completely saturated with stripper. If stripper dries out, reapply to reactivate.
4. Remove softened finish using the paint brush or a scraper. Use Circa 1850 Maple Scraper to avoid gouging wood surfaces.
5. If the finish is exceptionally thick and some residue remains, repeat the procedure.
6. Remove finish residue with steel wool dipped in remover.
7. Allow the surface to dry.
8. Sand wood surfaces lightly prior to staining or refinishing.
For exterior use or vertical surfaces use Circa 1850 Heavy Body Paint & Varnish Remover.
Contents may be under pressure. Place rag over cover and open slowly. If container is warm, cool prior to opening. Do not use near open flame.