Steam Wallpaper stripper 2200watts now just £12.31 delivered at amazon - HotUKDeals
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Got some woodchip to get rid of? Or maybe just a lot of paper to remove after Xmas.

Fast, efficient removal of most types of wall coverings, working time 90 minutes and ready to use in (approx) 15 minutes. Hose length 3.0m, maximum capacity 4 litres. Input power 2200w.
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#1
£12.31 and then hundreds to fix the plaster on the wall that you blow by using this. Wet and scrape is much cheaper.
#2
topmum
£12.31 and then hundreds to fix the plaster on the wall that you blow by using this. Wet and scrape is much cheaper.


[COLOR="Magenta"]:oops: Too true ,i`m guilty of that :oops::-D[/COLOR]
#3
If you hold the steam plate on the wall longer than you should you'l get the air trapped in the plaster expanding and popping the plaster off. So, dont hold the plate more than 4 to 5 seconds , move it to another area then back again for stubborn paper .

This free handy hint has been donated by a decorator with 36 years experience :-)
#4
good call ricko
#5
Thank you so much for this. It is relieving to hear from someone with serious experience. So many reviews are just one offs. Maybe they don't read the instructions?
#6
nice one...
4 - 7 weeks to dispatch, thats fine by me , another excuse to get out of the diy :)
#7
Thanks for the post. Ordered one and heated the post.
Regards,
Saabu
banned#8
topmum
£12.31 and then hundreds to fix the plaster on the wall that you blow by using this. Wet and scrape is much cheaper.


Just stick to being a "Mum" and let the capable people do the decorating:whistling:

these machines do work if used properly!!!
#9
I ordered one too .Been using a Earlex for nearly 20 years, same sort of plastic moulding case with a 2000w element and it's still going strong except for a loose castor on the base .So, for this price I thought I'd have to get a new one .
One word to the OP ...............thanks
[mod]#10
Mine has already been delivered, no castors but looks well made and a bargain at £12 delivered even if you do have to wait a few weeks for it to arrive.

3yr warranty too.
#11
are they any good for ironing curtains? :w00t:
#12
That was quick . I think it was only the Earlex steamers had the castors . But ,I meant it has a similar plastic molded case to the one you mentioned.
Remember ,you dont put cold water in .It takes time AND electricity to heat . You can put hot water in [straight from the hot water tap ]...............at least I do with my Earlex . This way it reaches steam temperature in 3 or 4 minutes .No harm done to the steamer either as I've done this with the Earlex for nearly 20 years.
#13
I used to use my Earlex to defrost the freezer but I got a MR 2000w hairdryer on a special deal so now I use that instead cos there's no waiting for it to heat up :)
#14
Got one from Screwfix, and I can also back not holding it on the wall too long! Good thing I can plaster too... :P
#15
shacal
[COLOR="Magenta"]:oops: Too true ,i`m guilty of that :oops::-D[/COLOR]


Me too...

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