Bosch PTL 1 Wallpaper Stripper £30 incl Delivery @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
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Not available for store pick up unfortunately, so £25 plus £5 delivery is still much cheaper than anywhere else. 4% Quidco too.

2 year warranty and a renowned brand :-) now I can get stuck into those rooms and strip to my hearts delight.

Height (mm): 237 Length (mm): 340 Width (mm): 240 Weight (kg): 1.5 Capacity (Litres): 2.4 Brand: BOSCH Warranty/guarantee details: 2 Year Warranty - Does not cover professional use WEEE Requirements: Elec & Electronic Tools Manuf part no: 0603315142 Model No.: PTL 1
Volts: 240 Watts: 2000 Power (Watts): 2000 Category: Wallpaper Strippers & Streamers Corded/Cordless: Corded
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#1
Good price
#2
Just a word of warning, if you have an old house / old plaster.. Instead of this use a chemical mix. The heat will loosen the plaster.
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RHodgett
Just a word of warning, if you have an old house / old plaster.. Instead of this use a chemical mix. The heat will loosen the plaster.

Good call, I once used a non-branded stripper years ago and that happened to me, was a major hassle. Go easy on the steam!
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My sister has one of these but, after an hour, I gave up and went home to return with my Earlex (available at around the same price). The Bosch ran for about half a tank full and then cutout, reset a couple of minutes later, only to cutout once more not long after. Topping the tank up didn't help but emptying and refilling did. It ran for half a tank before cutting out. Go figure. The Earlex (which holds twice as much water) just runs and runs. Is this why the Bosch is being so discounted, I wonder? The Bosch does have an on-off switch, which the Earlex doesn't (it's just a big plastic electric kettle). Never let these run out of water Yes the safety will cut out but only after the element has overheated. A few cycles of that and it's a write-off. Bosch said that it had been misused and wouldn't replace it. Since then, I run the Earlex on a 1 hour time switch.

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