If you are a DIY kind of person you want to take care of simple projects around the house on your own. And at times it involves removing paint and rust from different surfaces in the house. The problem is that these tasks when carried out with regular sandpaper can be quite time consuming. On the other hand you don’t want to rely on scrapers and power sanders for the task because it can damage the wood, which is annoying. Thankfully now you have a brilliant alternative in the form of the path breaking Multi Stripper.
How does Multi Stripper Work
When you bring Multi Stripper you will be able to clean twice the amount of area in half the time, which is what you are looking for at the end of the day. Importantly you won’t even have to look at the chemicals that get used for these tasks but can be messy and of course dangerous. The advantage of using Multi Stripper is that it can be attached to practically any kind of drill. Thus you won’t need any special tool or equipment to get the job done. And it will refinish the furniture beautifully without causing any damage to it.
But make no mistake; while Multi Stripper is gentle for the surfaces in the house it’s adequately strong. That’s what makes it so powerful against scales and rust that have settled on surfaces for many years. From metal lawn furniture to removing paint from decks, window frames etc Multi Stripper will do the jobs for you without any hassle. And there won’t be any damage caused to the glass either.
The secret of Multi Stripper, which is made in the USA, lies in the lightweight and space age lexan material, which is combined with the durability or high carbon steel tines. They operate in both directions helping you reach hard to get areas and can work on any material safely and within no time. Multi Stripper weighs less than eight ounces and that means you can use it for a long time without adding any strain on your hands.
What do I get?
Get 2 Multi Strippers for just $19.95 + $14.90 S/h. Official website GetTheStripper.com
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