Interior Stripping, No Sanding – So Easy!

Any Paint – Any Varnish – Any Surface

Welcome to Cooper’s Strip Club, manufacturers and suppliers of what we believe to be the world’s best stripping products, advice & back up support.

100’s of Projects

No Sanding – So Easy!

With Coopers you’ll get the results you always wanted without the pain of sanding, why sand when the person who made your project sanded it for you? Simply dissolve the old finish with Cooper’s Stripper then rinse the surface clean with Cooper’s Flusher.

The result is a surface where the character (Patina) remains undamaged, unbleached or removed, which is exactly what a new finish needs if it going to look amazing.

With Coopers you’ll produce a surface that’s Clean, Dry and Absorbent, which is exactly what a new finish needs if it is to survive.

No Grain Raising

The Cooper’s System does not raise the grain due to there being no water in the Cooper’s Products or in the stripping process.

Any Paint - Any Varnish

Coopers has been used for Interior stripping for nearly 40 years, where you can safely and easily strip Lead Paint, Enamel Paint, Acrylic Paint, Two Pack Paint, Powder Coating, Polyurethane, Moisture Cured Urethane, Lacquer, varnish, Shellac, French Polish, Tung Oil, Danish Oil, Stain, even Floor Glue.

Any Surface

Strip any of these finishes from any solid timber including Kauri, Rimu, Totara, Matai, Beech, cedar, Redwood, Oregon, Huon pine, Tasmanian Oak, Jarrah, Baltic Pine, Oak, Walnut, Teak, Mahogany, veneered surfaces, Ply Wood, Particle Board, Hard Board, MDF, even metal fittings and castings made from Brass, Copper, Stainless Steel, Aluminium, Steel and cast iron.

Economical - Time/Cost Saving

When it comes to time and money the good news is you’re going to save a lot of both! You’ll save time because you’re not going to be sanding and you’ll save money because a little Cooper’s goes a really long way, up to ten times the distance of a regular Paint Stripper.

Any Project

And when we say Interior Stripping we mean your Ceilings, Panelling, T&G Surfaces, Lockwood T&G Pine interiors, Staircase, Mantle Piece, French Doors, Entrance Doors, Villa Door, Bungalow doors, Hollow Core Flat Doors, Door Framing, Architraves, Skirting, Windows of any style, floors, even your Kitchen or bathroom vanity.

Environmentally Safer - Safe Lead Removal

The Cooper’s System does not pollute the environment, being wet and dustless, our specialist masking products completely contain all the old finish being stripped as well as any residual Stripper or Flusher, this means nothing escapes to harm our environment.

Easy to Use - Low Odour - Non Caustic

With Coopers you’ll get the results you always wanted without the pain of sanding, why sand when the person who made your project sanded it for you? Simply dissolve the old finish with Cooper’s Stripper then rinse the surface clean with Cooper’s Flusher.

The Stripper that gets it off everytime!

“After using heaps of other products, once being shown how to use Cooper’s, nothing else comes close”

Simon Kriehn

“If I had to sand, I would have ended up just repainting it all.”

Andrew Hopping

“Once it’s Coopered, it’s done forever. The Shellac surfaces were dark and beaded. Now the smooth, light surfaces are a joy.”

John & Susan Sweetman

“The overall ease of Cooper’s is really good.”

Antony & Jo Wood

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Stripping Tutorial
Stripping a Heavily Painted Door without Sanding
Here we strip a Bungalow door that has been previously painted with thick varnish, Lead and Enamel paints - without Sanding
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Stripping Tutorial
Stripping Lead paint from a T&G Door
Here we strip Lead paint from a T&G Door - without Sanding
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Stripping Tutorial
Stripping Enamel paint & Shellac off wood
Here we strip enamel paint & shellac off a wooden cupboard Door, See how easy it is to get into the corners - No Sanding
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Stripping Varnish
A Quick overview of how easy it is to strip varnish with Cooper's - No Sanding
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Stripping Tutorial
Stripping a Heavily Painted Door without Sanding
Here we strip a Bungalow door that has been previously painted with thick varnish, Lead and Enamel paints - without Sanding
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Stripping Tutorial
Stripping Lead paint from a T&G Door
Here we strip Lead paint from a T&G Door - without Sanding
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Stripping Tutorial
Stripping Enamel paint & Shellac off wood
Here we strip enamel paint & shellac off a wooden cupboard Door, See how easy it is to get into the corners - No Sanding
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Strip Tease
Stripping Varnish
A Quick overview of how easy it is to strip varnish with Cooper's - No Sanding
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Ensuring Your Success

At Cooper’s we want everyone to be successful with their projects. Sometimes when restoring a little professional advice can help. Our support is free, your success is our success.

Online Tutorials

A great way to learn how to use Coopers is to watch our many short length tutorial videos or our real-time videos that show you the actual project being done in real-time so you don’t miss a thing.

Phone Support

NZ 0800 678 678 or AUS 1800 600 616 Speak to a Cooper’s expert.

Email Support

Feel free to contact us and send photos of your project to enquiries@coopersstripclub.com

We also love to see your before and after shots – beforeandafter@coopersstripclub.com

 

How to get started

We recommend the ideal way to use Cooper’s is by purchasing a Stripping Pack, a Cooper’s Stripping Pack contains the main products required to give you the No Sanding advantage of the Cooper’s Strip Club.

Buy Online

The Entire Cooper’s Range is available direct to you on this website

Retail Suppliers

Click Here for our list of retail suppliers

Call us Direct

Discuss your project with us.

Call NZ 0800 678 678 or AUS 1800 600 616 or INT +64 6 376 4381

Home Demonstration

(NZ only) If you have a large project e.g. House lot of Windows, Doors, Weatherboards etc, Cooper’s are happy to visit your home for free and show you how to strip the easy way. If this sounds like you, we invite you to call us, discuss your project and arrange a time.

Call 0800 678 678

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Stripping a Heavily Painted Interior Window
In Real time we strip a Bungalow Window that has been previously painted with thick Lead and Enamel paints - without Sanding
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Stripping Shiplap Polyurethane
Here we strip Polyurethane from shiplap - without Sanding
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Stripping Floor Glue & Paint off Floorboards
Here we strip Thick Floor Glue & Paint off Floor Boards - No Sanding
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Stripping Thick lead & Acrylic Paint off Metal paneling
Here we strip very thick Lead & Acrylic paint off Antique pressed metal paneling - No Sanding
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Stripping Thick Sun Baked Lead Paint off a Window Sash
Here we strip Thick Sun Baked Lead paint off of a Window Sash - No Sanding
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Livestream
Stripping a Heavily Painted Interior Window
In Real time we strip a Bungalow Window that has been previously painted with thick Lead and Enamel paints - without Sanding
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Livestream
Stripping Shiplap Polyurethane
Here we strip Polyurethane from shiplap - without Sanding
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Stripping Floor Glue & Paint off Floorboards
Here we strip Thick Floor Glue & Paint off Floor Boards - No Sanding
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Stripping Thick lead & Acrylic Paint off Metal paneling
Here we strip very thick Lead & Acrylic paint off Antique pressed metal paneling - No Sanding
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Stripping Thick Sun Baked Lead Paint off a Window Sash
Here we strip Thick Sun Baked Lead paint off of a Window Sash - No Sanding
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Before & After
Interior Window Project Slide Show
See some examples on Interior windows where Cooper's has been used
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Before & After
Interior Doors Slide Show
See some examples on Doors where Cooper's has been used
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Before & After
Interior Window Project Slide Show
See some examples on Interior windows where Cooper's has been used
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Before & After
Interior Doors Slide Show
See some examples on Doors where Cooper's has been used
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