Titan 2000w Wallpaper stripper £19.99 @ Screwfix
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Titan 2000w Wallpaper stripper £19.99 @ Screwfix

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Found 31st Dec 2016Made hot 31st Dec 2016
As above.

£10 off was £29.99

2 year warranty and good reviews.

Happy stripping ...

Wallpaper stripper with enhanced base tank stability and secure hose storage. Features 2-in-1 steam plates with small detachable pad for corner working, 3m hose and Strix temperature control switch.

2000W
4.5Ltr Capacity
15min Steam-Up Time
80min Usage Time
Hose
Cable
Clip for Hose Storage

18 Comments

Good find PF, nice warranty great price, heat added

Great piece of kit. Had one for 2 years. Paddle attaches to the handle to make it nice and tidy.

sometimes I'm sad I'm not married, ideal present for the wife.
heat (and steam)

Great for stripping wallpaper, heat added

summerof76

Great for stripping wallpaper, heat added



Also useful for stripping paint, where you dont want to crack the glass using a heat gun, or use chemicals.

Could have done with this a few feels ago. Ended up using floor steamer on the wall. Did the trick!

Gentle_Giant

Also useful for stripping paint, where you dont want to crack the glass … Also useful for stripping paint, where you dont want to crack the glass using a heat gun, or use chemicals.


These will also take Artex off if you don't mind a right mess on the floor.

These do save some hoss werk.... use once a blue moon but glad you have it

Had a whole house of woodchip wallpaper to strip a few months back. After hacking away at one wall for a few house we paid a lot more than this for one. Made the job so so easy. So yourself a favour and get one!

was holding out for an earlex to be reduced but just gone for this. Hope its as good. Voted hot

They also take plaster off if you're not very careful! However, I had a nightmare task of trying to remove very stubborn tile cement from a wall and was advised to steam it first to soften it - worked brilliantly and just came off with a simple scraper!

2000w is very loud indeed

PAULTRD

2000w is very loud indeed



AND it s analogue, the hiss has to be heard to be believed.

Besford

They also take plaster off if you're not very careful! However, I had a … They also take plaster off if you're not very careful! However, I had a nightmare task of trying to remove very stubborn tile cement from a wall and was advised to steam it first to soften it - worked brilliantly and just came off with a simple scraper!



​in an old house it can be used to help remove the plaster as well. got the t-shirt

Thanks OP. Have some heat

Do yourself a favour and don't bother with these unless it's a last resort. I bought this and it takes ages to use and will also destroy the plaster underneath unless you're very careful. i find using a bucket of warm soapy water worked far far faster in my house

Got one yesterday and it worked a treat, no issues whatsoever and cheaper than renting one..

These are being recalled in case anyone missed the email. £20 back in the bank, woohoo!
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