The Stripper that gets it off everytime
Any Paint – Any Varnish – Any Surface
No Sanding – So Easy!
With Coopers you’ll get the results you always wanted without the pain of sanding, simply dissolve the old finish with Cooper’s Stripper then rinse the surface clean with Cooper’s Flusher.
The result is a surface that’s Clean, Dry and Absorbent, which is exactly what a new finish needs if it is to survive.
The Cooper’s System does not create rust due to there being no water in the Cooper’s Products or in the stripping process; however you will need to protect against atmospheric water on a stripped surface.
Coopers has been used for stripping in the metal industry for nearly 40 years, where you can safely and easily strip Lead Paint, Enamel Paint, Acrylic Paint, Two Pack Paint, Powder Coating, Clear Coating, Grease, Engine Oil, even Etched Primer
And when we say Metal Stripping, we mean Cars, Motorcycles, Bicycles, Tractors, Farm Machinery, Architectural parts, Galvanised Iron Guttering, Copper Guttering, Galvanised Iron, Galvanised Iron Tanks, Metal Window Joinery, Steel Doors, Metal Trailers, Aluminium Caravans, Metal Gates, Metal Fences, Metal Railing, Brass Foot Step Covers, even cast Iron or Aluminium Garden Furniture.
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 or grinding 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.
We recommend the ideal way to use Cooper’s is by purchasing the correct sized Stripping Pack for your project, a Cooper’s Stripping Pack contains the main products required to give you the No Sanding advantage of the Cooper’s Strip Club.
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.
We also encourage you to send us pictures of your project so that we can advise you on the correct techniques required and the amount of product needed.