Strip­ping your win­dows has never been so easy

The Tribune (NZ) - - CONVERSATIONS - By Darryl Clarke

When it comes to strip­ping your win­dows, it’s nor­mal to be con­fronted by the scope of the project, and the win­dows that won’t open or close prop­erly be­cause of the many coats of paint that have glued them shut. The tricky cor­ners with all that built-up paint that seems im­pos­si­ble to strip and of course the lead paint that we grind into dust with sand­pa­per to spread around for ev­ery­one to breathe; it’s all very daunt­ing. Well not any­more, Si­mon Cooper from the Cooper’s Strip Club, says. Si­mon says their strip­ping sys­tem makes strip­ping your win­dows the per­fect DIY project. Si­mon con­fi­dently claims their easy-to-use prod­ucts and meth­ods will re­move any paint or var­nish from the in­side or out­side of your win­dows with­out the need to use sand­pa­per. Si­mon says their strip­per will dis­solve any fin­ish and their flusher will rinse the sur­face clean and be­cause the process is wet, there is no harm­ful lead dust to worry about. Dur­ing July the Cooper’s Strip Club will be demon­strat­ing at the Cam­bridge, Master­ton, Levin, Palmer­ston North and New Ply­mouth Strip­ping Ex­pos. Si­mon says “If you are in­ter­ested in see­ing how to get those win­dows dealt to once and for all, pop on down and see the per­fect way to strip your win­dows. Even bet­ter, un­screw a win­dow sash and bring it with you to see what Cooper’s can

re­ally do!”.

Si­mon Cooper at theWaiuku Strip­ping Expo

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