2000W Wallpaper Steamer/Stripper £24.99 @ Screwfix
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2000W Wallpaper Steamer/Stripper £24.99 @ Screwfix

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Found 3rd Mar
Looks decent for the money, plenty of stock about atm for C&C

Ideal for removing all types of wallpaper, including multi-layered and Artex. Features 3m soft hose, 2m cable and steam safety valve.

  • 2000W
  • 4Ltr Capacity
  • 15min Steam-Up Time
  • 80min Usage Time
  • 3m Hose
  • Cable


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What's the deal? I bought this about 4 months ago for what I think was the same price?

It works well though.
My first one broke. After 6months. Replacement is fine a works well.
Good price for the capacity
miles16v8 h, 42 m ago

What's the deal? I bought this about 4 months ago for what I think was the …What's the deal? I bought this about 4 months ago for what I think was the same price?It works well though.


I also bought this for £24.99 about 6 weeks ago! No reduction in price but it is an excellent product!
Bought it. Not sure why.........Joys of HUKD.......Will try to learn how to take paper off now
Edited by: "Kami275" 3rd Mar
I had one of these and didn't last that long maybe 4 or 5 uses then it started to leak at the electrical connection. When it was working it was good for the money
Just happened to need one of these today!
Nice find, thanks.
Even If it only works once, I would happily pay £25 to scrape off wallpaper easily, instead of having to endure the pain of scraping dry wallpaper.
ManWithThePlan28 m ago

Even If it only works once, I would happily pay £25 to scrape off …Even If it only works once, I would happily pay £25 to scrape off wallpaper easily, instead of having to endure the pain of scraping dry wallpaper.


Yes, in the days when we had wallpaper in our house (all plaster/paint now) these were very useful and really made removing it a lot easier
They work great but one of the worst jobs ever, wouldn't wish it on my enemy. Our whole house was wallpapered when we bought it even the bathroom and kitchen, still get nightmares.
Seen them cheaper elsewhere
B&M
Some wallpapers are easier to remove using a wet sponge to wet them and a normal scrapper to scrape off
Can it be used for cleaning feet after long hiking?
stripping wallpaper with one of these things is the worst diy job
A stripper for £25 quid? What is the world coming to
I’m sure I paid this, or even less when I bought it 5 months ago. Good bit of kit, just takes a while to get going.
skravin5th Mar

Some wallpapers are easier to remove using a wet sponge to wet them and a …Some wallpapers are easier to remove using a wet sponge to wet them and a normal scrapper to scrape off


i had 3 layers, 2 of them had paint on and the sponge didn't do much. bought a steamer from wickes and the whole thing pretty much fell off the wall

if you have more than one layer, buy a wallpaper scorer on ebay/amazon too.
Great for defrosting the freezer.
You are supposed to keep a close eye on the water level and switch it off when it reaches "min". Never let it boil dry. Who thought that was a good design? You can get them with low level sensors as well as push-button steam on/off at the end of the hose. Which will survive the first time you forget to keep it filled up and won't waste electricity and steam all the time it isn't shoved against the wall..
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