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What do paint stripping services include?
Depending on your preference, your home paint stripper can remove the old paint and finish from a particular surface using a variety of treatments such as solvents, gel-, or paste-based strippers. They can also utilise different techniques as they see fit like scraping, wire brushing, or door dripping.
Here are some common paint stripping services you can get and the inclusions of each:
Wood stripping is done in three different ways: thermal blasting, chemical stripping, or sandblasting. Whatever your preference, your wood stripping expert always starts by disassembling the pieces to be stripped.
When scrapping your old paint, they work in sections and get deeper into the tiny groves to make sure that they don't miss any areas. They also apply a second coat in case there are any stubborn areas. Then, they complete your wood stripping service by wiping or brushing away the residue and finally sanding the wood.
It's essential to check your furniture and fixtures after the stripping process. If there are any dents, damages, or any inconsistencies, it's best to get someone to repair your wooden furnishings right away. The purpose is to steer away from any potential problems or early degradations after refurbishing them.
Door paint stripping
Are you thinking of updating your dull-looking door or restoring its original appearance? The ideal way to kick off your project is to strip off its old paint and finish. One of the easiest, most practical ways to do this is through door dipping.
After dismantling or removing the doors from its interior structure, your Tasker can bring it to the nearest door dipping workshop, where they are submerged into a chemical or caustic-based solution to remove the old paint. When the doors are returned to your place, a paint stripper then cleans and hand-strips stubborn stains, and also helps with sanding to achieve a smooth, visually appealing finish.
While most fireplaces tend to develop heavy and unsightly rust spots over time, it doesn't necessarily mean that you should replace it entirely. If your fireplace is still fully functioning and structurally stable, then all it needs is a little stripping and recoating.
Your Tasker can use the safest paint stripper that won't cause any damage or crack on the frame material. For antiques and fragile fireplaces, they might go for solvent stripping since the process is more gentle than caustic and chemical stripping.
The former stripping process is preferable on durable fireplaces with thicker paints. For a cleaner appearance, your paint stripper can also remove the residue and sand the surface. You can even have it refinished or repainted for a total fireplace transformation!
Recent Paint Stripping tasks in Geelong
Grovedale VIC, Australia
11th Nov 2022
I’m looking to get the dark coloured paint stripped off a display console - stripped back to bare wood and then stained naturally - Due date: Flexible
Paint stripped from timber pedestal
Geelong VIC, Australia
15th May 2022
Barley twist pedestal covered with green paint. Need stripped back to timber. - Due date: Flexible
Repair paint strip
Geelong VIC, Australia
18th Apr 2022
Wall paint ripped off when removed the 3M common strip, Need some one to help repair the wall paint. Time: Saturday 12-2pm The people renovated the house has left some paints here not sure if that could help match the wall colour, otherwise you would need to provide paint. Thanks
Very nice lady, done the job perfectly!! Thank you so much
Remove paint from brick chimney
Belmont VIC, Australia
24th Sep 2021
Looking for someone to remove white paint from a red brick chimney. Bringing the chimney back to the original brick. Must include cleaning of the mess made also.
Remove paint from skirting boards/quads
Hamlyn Heights VIC, Australia
14th Jun 2021
Need paint removed from the Quads (overflow from skirting boards being painted) without damaging the rest of the paint
Plaster wall paint removal and repairs
Geelong VIC, Australia
17th Apr 2021
A small bedroom of 3x3.3m has paint peeling from the plaster walls and ceiling. There are also places where the walls and ceiling need repairing. I would like a suitably trained or experienced handyman to - remove peeling paint from walls and ceiling - fill in areas where plaster is damaged - sand back in preparation for painting Flexible on date. See photos for more. Budget is more than $5 but please put in your best offer.
Karl came around and offered a quote for his services.
External window paint stripping/scraping
Newcomb VIC, Australia
3rd Jan 2021
I need to paint my external window frames. There is old potentially lead paint flaking and cracked. I need this removed safely so I can paint.
To strip paint off a brick chimney
Jan Juc VIC, Australia
23rd Apr 2019
Looking to strip the paint off an external brick chimney. Acrylic paint. Using a combo of pressure cleaner, heat gun, and paint remover if necessary. Paint comes off the brick with the pressure cleaner, however not the cement.