Accessories & Tools
Circa 1850 Stripping Tool helps to effectively remove paint, varnish and other finishes which have been softened by paint strippers, such as Circa 1850 Furniture Stripper, Heavy Body Paint & Varnish Remover and Soft•Strip. The reusable synthetic pads will not scratch or gouge most surfaces - and will not rust. The Circa 1850 Stripping Tool replaces #2 and #3 (medium and coarse) steel wool.
Each pad measures 9x16.5 cm (3.5x6.5 in).
Carefully follow the label instructions and cautions for the paint stripper. Brush a liberal amount of paint stripper onto the surface. Wait several minutes for the finish to bubble or dissolve. Using the same brush, or the Circa 1850 Maple Scraper, remove the old finish from the surface. Apply a small amount of paint stripper onto the surface. Using the Circa 1850 Stripping Tool, brush the surface to remove the residue finish. To avoid scratching the surface, work with the grain and use only as much pressure as is required for removing the finish. Once the stripping pad becomes clogged with residue, remove the pad and use the reverse side.
TO REPLACE PAD: Pull off used pad. Place new pad onto handle. Push and twist to lock pad onto handle.
|Product Code: 1302|
|Tool with Reusable Pad||6|
|Replacement Pads||6 pairs|
- USE WITH PAINT & VARNISH REMOVERS
- WILL NOT DAMAGE THE WOOD
- DURABLE AND REUSABLE
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