Cooper’s Strip­ping Road Show

Come& see the Strip­per that gets it off, Ev­ery Time!

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This weekend at the Palmer­ston North Home Show

No Sand­ing - So Easy

The Cooper’s Strip­ping Road Show is a DIY paint and var­nish strip­ping ex­hi­bi­tion / work shop, trav­el­ling re­gion­ally through­out New Zealand to show you how to strip any paint or var­nish from any sur­face with­out the need to sand after­wards. This weekend the Cooper’s Strip­ping Road Show will be in Palmer­ston North, On ex­hi­bi­tion are im­pres­sive be­fore and af­ter dis­plays and one on one demon­stra­tions. Cooper’s Strip Club is a com­plete DIY restora­tion sys­tem, fam­ily owned and op­er­ated and avail­able through­out New Zealand and Aus­tralia. Come meet the fam­ily to chat about your project, bring pho­tos of what you want to strip and we’ll se­lect a sim­i­lar old piece of paint or var­nish to strip with you. The ‘Cooper’s Strip Club’ was in­vented by Kiwi born Si­mon Cooper in the early 80’s, Si­mon had be­came dis­il­lu­sioned with the waste of time and mess con­ven­tional paint strip­pers and sand­ing caused. Si­mon says. “Why sand when it’s al­ready sanded by the per­son who made it”. Si­mon was de­ter­mined to make a sys­tem that was easy to use and made sand­ing ob­so­lete, he suc­ceeded… With Cooper’s hav­ing been used on well over 100,000 homes, you can con­fi­dently strip any paint or var­nish off any sur­face (wood, steel, cop­per, brass, alu­minum, glass, brick and con­crete) all with­out the need for sand­ing. Coop­ers is reg­u­larly used on projects like fur­ni­ture, doors, win­dows, de­tailed mould­ings, floors, weath­er­boards, decks, painted con­crete or brick, ma­chin­ery, your project car or boat and so much more. Re­mov­ing lead paint safely is easy, Cooper’s dis­solves the lead, keep­ing it wet, rather than grind­ing it into dust by sand­ing, or the lead vapour gen­er­ated by heat guns.

Home Demon­stra­tions

We’re in the area for a few days fol­low­ing the show and for larger more com­pli­cated projects, talk to us about a home demon­stra­tion.


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