We’ll Show you how at the Strip­ping Expo o

The Tribune (NZ) - - CONVERSATIONS - By Si­mon Cooper

So you’ve in­her­ited some fur­ni­ture, a chair per­haps and you’ve de­cided to give it a new lease on life, but how do you do it? Most peo­ple have tried sand­ing, a time con­sum­ing, dusty, painful ex­pe­ri­ence you prob­a­bly never want to re­peat. Maybe you’re think­ing of send­ing it off to the dip­per, think­ing it will come back ready for a new fin­ish, un­for­tu­nately boil­ing your fur­ni­ture in a vat of caus­tic is rarely a good idea. Joint dam­age and furry grain that needs a lot of sand­ing is more often the norm than the ex­cep­tion and I know what I’m talk­ing about, I ran a dip strip­ping bath… not a good ex­pe­ri­ence. By this point we might just think it would be eas­ier to send that chair to a ‘Pro­fes­sional’, well the good news is, that isn’t needed, strip­ping is easy and you can do it your­self. Why sand when the per­son who made ‘it’, sanded it for you? Sim­ply dis­solve the old fin­ish withmy Strip­per then rinse it clean withmy Flusher, it re­ally is that easy. This mon­thmy fam­ily and I will be in Cam­bridge, Master­ton, Levin, Palmer­ston North and New Ply­mouth strip­ping up a storm, so put that chair (or any­thing else for that mat­ter) in the ca ar a let us show you how! We will be in each area for a few days fol­low­ing the expo, so if your project is tot large to fit in the car e.g. House lot of Win­dows, Doors, Weather­bords etc, we e are happy to visit your home for free an show you how to strip the easy way. If th h sounds like you, come in to dis­cuss your r project and ar­range a time”.

Dorri Cooper at the Ran­giora Strip­ping Expo

Ge­orge Cooper at the Gore Strip­ping Expo

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