Wednesday, December 7, 2016

New EPA Chemical Review: Are These Chemicals in Your Home?

Last week, the Environmental Protection Agency named the first 10 chemicals it will evaluate under the new Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act, the first update since 1976 of the nation’s primary toxic substances law. The safety reviews could lead to bans or restrictions on a number of hazardous chemicals in consumer products and workplaces, including asbestos, paint strippers, flame retardants and solvents. Half of the chemicals chosen for initial review contaminate drinking water, and setting health-based standards for them has been on the EPA’s to-do list for years.

On the list are chemicals you may recognize but be surprised to know can still be found in everyday products you purchase like Asbestos! Many Americans mistakenly think asbestos was banned decades ago. Though now uncommon, U.S. industry still imports, uses and sells asbestos and asbestos products, including automobile brake pads and clutches, vinyl tile and roofing materials. In 2015, tests found asbestos fibers in imported children’s toys! Another place Asbestos can lurk is in drywall textures on your ceilings and walls in older homes. Bumping or scraping these textures can release dangerous airborne Asbestos fibers and only dust free removal methods can be used to remove these textures safely from your home.

Also on the list for safety review but maybe not as recognizable are stripping chemicals like methylene chloride and  n-methylpyrrolidone (NMP). According to the CDC, from 2000 to 2013, at least 14 workers died while using methylene chloride during bathtub refinishing. In 2009 methylene chloride was detected in the drinking water of more than 20 million Americans, at concentrations that could pose a risk to human health. NMP is a solvent also used as a paint stripper, and in petrochemical processing, engineering plastics, agricultural chemicals and other applications. The EPA's 2015 risk assessment said it can cause reproductive and developmental harm, particularly during critical windows of development, from both short- and long-term exposures. The primary routes of exposure for both of these chemicals is through inhalation of the vapor and absorption of the chemicals through the skin.

The EPA should be commended for releasing the list ahead of schedule, but completion of the safety reviews and implementation of resulting regulations could take five years or more. Some public health and environmental groups are concerned that the new law will not provide the EPA with the resources it needs to quickly review and, if necessary, ban dangerous chemicals. One thing consumers can do is be more diligent in your research of products before you by! Look for safe alternatives for your removers, strippers, and other products. Be sure you always follow product directions they are there for your safety! For full article follow this link: New-EPA-Chemical-Review

One company helping to make safer choices for consumers and professionals available is EZ Strip. EZ Strip provides skin safe and fume free strippers designed to encapsulate the material your removing for dust free safe removal. Remove all kinds of paints, varnish, graffiti, and even painted drywall textures safely from surfaces with absolutely no dust or damage to surface. The EPA is working hard to make the choices you see for sale on the shelf safer but they are just getting started and there are literally thousands of chemicals in line for review. What can you do? Look for safer options and take your time when buying items your not sure about, EZ Strip can help! Visit the EZ Strip website at today for safe stripping alternatives because we care.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Popcorn Ceiling Removal: Test Before You Touch!

Popcorn, cottage cheese, Stucco, orange peel, swirl, and other drywall textures are not only an eyesore, they also may contain a carcinogen known as asbestos. The ceiling treatment was commonly used from the late 1950s into the 1980s in homes across the United States because of its ability to hide imperfections in handiwork and its acoustical characteristics.

The Clean Air Act of 1978 banned the use of the ceiling material containing asbestos, but manufacturers were allowed to use up their existing inventory, so popcorn ceilings continued to crop up across the country well into the mid-'80s.

How do I know if my ceiling texture has asbestos?

Your best plan of action is to test your ceilings for asbestos. You can DIY this process by purchasing a testing kit available at most hardware stores and submitting material samples to a certified testing lab.

 Here are some safety tips for DIY testing.
  • Make sure no one else is in the room when sampling is done.
  • Wear disposable gloves or wash hands after sampling.
  • Shut down any heating or cooling systems to minimize the spread of any released fibers.
  • Do not disturb the material any more than is needed to take a small sample.
  • Place a plastic sheet on the floor below the area to be sampled.
  • Wet the material using a fine mist of water containing a few drops of detergent before taking the sample. The water/detergent mist will reduce the release of asbestos fibers.
  • Carefully cut a piece from the entire depth of the material using, for example, a small knife, corer, or other sharp object. Place the small piece into a clean container.
  • Tightly seal the container after the sample is in it.
  • Carefully dispose of the plastic sheet. Use a damp paper towel to clean up any material on the outside of the container or around the area sampled. Dispose of asbestos materials according to state and local procedures.
If you don't want to do the test yourself you can hire an asbestos testing specialist. State agencies have the most up-to-date listings of asbestos experts in your area.


My ceilings have asbestos. Now what?

First, don’t panic. If your ceilings are in good shape, you don’t need to worry, your ceiling likely will not release hazardous fibers. If you still want texture removed, notice damage, or abrasions, or if you are going to make changes in your home that might compromise the ceiling, you’ll need to take action.

Removing popcorn ceilings that contain asbestos yourself can be potentially dangerous job, so this option is not recommended. Instead, you’ll need a certified asbestos abatement contractor to remediate the contaminated materials using certified procedures. This will ensure the safety of everyone involved. Here are some certified asbestos abatement agencies in the USA.


My ceilings do not have asbestos. Now what?

If your asbestos test comes back negative there are some DIY removal options available. For ceiling textures that have not been painted just spray texture with a mixture of water and mild detergent to soften texture for easy removal.

For ceiling textures that have been painted (often the more common scenario) you can use EZ Strip Popcorn Ceiling Remover a DIY friendly dust free non-toxic remover product available for purchase at a number of locations across North America. This removal product is unique as it is the only truly DIY friendly (dust free) removal option for painted popcorn and other ceiling/wall textures that safely removes painted texture from drywall and other hard surfaces.  

Prefer to hire a contractor? The good news here is you can hire a contractor without the need for special remediation certification for often a lot less than a certified contractor. Popcorn ceiling removal has become the popular home renovation/update project of choice, and a lot of painting contractors are adding this service option to their repertoire.

For more questions or concerns on DIY popcorn ceiling removal visit the EZ Strip website how to remove page today @ How To Remove 

Monday, October 24, 2016

Todays Home Owner: Update Your Home On A Budget DIY Style!

Get the most bang for your buck! If you're an avid DIYer, you're already on your way to saving money. But with the right planning, you can transform the feel of a whole room with a single project that only costs you a few hundred bucks. In this article we are going to share some of our top tips on how you can increase your home's equity, update your living spaces, and do it all on a budget!

#1 Refinish Your Interior Wooden Door & Window Frames
Remember when everyone thought it was a great idea to paint all the trim in your house white? How can we forget the eye blinding, really hard to keep clean, white trim as far as the eye can see! Breathe new live into your trim and let that beautiful warm wood shine. Wood tones can give your home that warm welcoming feel and completely change the look of a room in your home. Now there is an easy way to refinish these surfaces and you don't have to be a carpenter to do it. The traditional way is to pull the trim off the wall, take it outside, very carefully strip the surface (that stuff is toxic!), neutralize stripper and let dry, sand surface, apply new finish and let dry completely, nail back in place. It was an all week project and it left your home in shambles during the process. Now there is a product that allows you to strip your interior trim safely in place skipping a bunch of time consuming steps. EZ Strip Paint & Varnish Stripper is an effective, Low VOC/skin safe stripper, that cleans up with just water! Here are the basic steps: Tape off trim, apply EZ Strip, scrape/scrub off finish, let dry, lightly sand, finish and let dry. You can complete a whole room on a weekend for half the cost and hassle! EZ Strip goes a long way a $10 jug gives you 30-50 square feet of coverage and it is sooo much easier to strip trim in place. Here is a How To Video to show the whole process:

#2 Painted Popcorn Ceiling Removal 
This was a costly project involving contractors, time, a huge mess, and a lot of hassle! Now you can tackle this type of removal job your self with a little ambition and planning for an A+ home upgrade. First get your supplies - plastic drop cloths, painters' tape, paint brush, metal container, painters' tray, pallet knife, some drywall patch, and ceiling paint. And the product that makes this removal project DIY friendly is EZ Strip Popcorn Ceiling Remover the only remover specifically designed to remove painted popcorn and other ceiling/wall textures safely from drywall and other hard surfaces. Here are the steps: Tape and plastic off areas not being treated, apply EZ Strip to surface, cover with plastic, let set overnight, scrape softened material into your painters' tray, wipe surface clean with a damp cloth, patch any imperfections and let dry (you can get fast drying drywall patch), sand and paint. You can do an average size room in a weekend with the right planning and get easy to clean smooth ceilings one room at a time. Here is a How To Video to show the whole process:

#3 Remove Graffiti
Graffiti on your property can be a real eye sore and graffiti in your community can affect more then you think! Graffiti on your home, garage, or fence can make your house a target for more vandalism. Also communities with graffiti can decrease the value of your home! What can you do about it? More than you think! EZ Strip All Purpose Remover removes just about anything from just about everything with the same Low VOC, skin safe, water clean up features as other EZ Strip removal products. Remove spray paint, markers, paint pens, stickers, gum, and much more with EZ Strip All Purpose Remover. With great coverage and a low price you can fund a Graffiti community clean up day for a lot less than you think. When you remove graffiti quickly it discourages vandals, working together with your community to remove graffiti is a conscious effort to increase you and your neighbors property values. All you need is a bucket of water, EZ Strip, and a scrub brush! Here is a How To Video to show the whole removal process: 

#4 Refinish Your Staircase
Just like your interior trim now refinishing your stairs is easy and DIY friendly! Low VOC, skin safe strippers that really work and clean up with water just didn't exist before EZ Strip. EZ Strip Paint & Varnish Stripper can strip your wood stairs for a fresh new look. No matter if your looking for a cool splash of color or want that warm wood feel stripping the surface first will guarantee a long lasting updated look the whole family can enjoy. Here are some simple steps for this project: Tape off, apply EZ Strip, let set, scrape, scrub with water, let dry, lightly sand, and just like that your ready for a fresh new coating or finish you'll love for years to come! Here is a How To Video to show the whole process:

 #5 Furniture Refinishing
Every room in your home needs that special little something that brings everything together. An easy way to do this is picking just the right piece of furniture. But what if you could update the existing furniture in your home? Or don't have an existing piece with potential? Don't go to the over priced, some assembly required store! Now yard sale, thrift store, or antique furniture can be refinished into your style for half the cost and last sooo much longer. These days most of the furniture you buy new isn't even made from real wood! EZ Strip Paint & Varnish Stripper does the work for you and is completely safe to use indoors so you don't have to rely on good weather for a successful refinish project. The steps are easy: Pick your piece, put down plastic, remove your hardware, apply EZ Strip, let set, scrape, scrub with water, let dry, and lightly sand. Now the finishing possibilities are endless try your hand at distressed chalk paint sheik, warm satin finish stain, fun stencil painting, or a high gloss black what ever floats your boat of creativity. Here is a How To Video to show the whole process:

Did you like our top 5 tips to update date your home with EZ Strip? DIY home improvement projects can be cost saving and easy with a little planning and the right removal product. Visit the EZ Strip website for more great removal ideas, how to videos, and where to buy today at

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Popcorn Ceiling Remover: DIY Friendly & Dust Free!

Let's face it we all hate this ugly, impossible to clean, out of date textures on our ceilings and walls! And once that stuff has been painted a simple water solution will not work to soften the texture for removal. Painted popcorn/swirl/orange peel textures on drywall only have a few removal options and they are not all DIY friendly. You'll need to hire a contractor if you want to skim coat which is basically covering the existing texture in place with a smooth finish. This option can be expensive and messy! The same goes for drywall replacement where a contractor will come in and rip out the old drywall, replace, tape, and paint. Dry scraping can be done by yourself but it is grueling labor and very messy the dust gets everywhere!

So what can you do other than paying a fortune or avoid looking up? Easy there is a new removal product in Canada and the USA called EZ Strip Popcorn Ceiling Remover and yes this is the most DIY friendly removal option out there! Here is how it works:


Cover & Let Set


Wipe Clean with Damp Cloth

Once the surface is wiped clean let drywall completely dry before you patch and paint! It's just that easy all softened material comes off moist so there is not dust created during scraping process. EZ Strip Popcorn Ceiling Remover is a specially formulated 100% cling gel that will not damage drywall and other hard surfaces. All EZ Strip removal products are skin safe and free of harsh fumes. Here is a great how to remove popcorn ceiling video so you can see it in action and get all the tips and tricks you need to get the job done!

Visit the EZ Strip website for more great removal tips and where to buy today!


Thursday, August 18, 2016

Graffiti Removal: Community Clean Up Programs Do They Work?

Do community clean up programs work when it comes to graffiti? What are the benefits to cleaning up graffiti right away does it really matter? Does the presence of graffiti negatively affect a community? These are some of the questions we wanted to find answers to and participating in a community graffiti clean-up day seemed to be the best way to get them! Watch this video of how EZ Strip got together with Neighborhood Watch London, Home Depot Canada, and the community of Old East Village in London, ON to clean-up graffiti in the area. For this project we targeted local businesses in the area that suffer from graffiti vandalism on a regular basis.

Using EZ Strip All Purpose Remover an ideal product for removing graffiti safely from a variety of surfaces we had a very successful day. And because EZ Strip removal products are skin safe, free of harsh fumes, and clean up with just water everyone could join in to help out!

EZ Strip All Purpose Remover - What It Removes
  • All Kinds of Spray Paint
  • Paint Over-spray/Drips/Spills
  • Permanent Markers
  • Stickers
  • Decals
  • Paint Pens
  • Tape Residue
  • Gum 
  • Glue & Adhesive Residues
  • Crayons
  • Ink
  • Bugs & Tar
  • All Kinds of Grease
  • Tree Sap
  • And Much More!
  We Did It You Can Too!

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Monday, July 25, 2016

Home Improvement With Gary Sullivan & EZ Strip

Looking for Do-It-Yourself Eco-Friendly home improvement ideas? How about removing painted popcorn ceilings safely from drywall without dust OR a contractor. Refinishing wooden stairs or furniture without harsh chemicals for that great new look. Clean up the paint drips, oil stains, tree sap, paint over spray, BBQ grease, graffiti on your fence and about a million other tough removal jobs in and around your home or garage with skin safe fume free removers. These removal projects are all made easy and completely safe with EZ Strip products! Have a listen here for the main scoop on EZ Strip with home improvement guru Gary Sullivan on the At Home With Gary Sullivan radio show.

Take a little time to learn a whole lot about EZ Strip's world patented water based removal technology and what it can do for you! We've taken all the hazards out of removal projects making your home improvement a lot more safe and easy to do around your kids, pets and plants! Visit our website today at for where to buy and great how to remove videos today.

Friday, June 24, 2016

Renovation Risks: Asbestos The Ticking Time Bomb

First things first lets get the facts straight there is no such thing as safe asbestos! Some people would have you believe that so-called white asbestos won’t kill you, and instead it’s the nasty brown and blue asbestos that will. It’s not true. While white asbestos may be slightly less nasty than the brown and blue stuff, it will cause just the same cancers if it is inhaled. Once you've been exposed to asbestos it acts like a ticking time bomb in your chest. Here is one such person's story:

"My name is Katherine Keys and I have been fighting mesothelioma cancer for the past 9 years. If you don’t know, mesothelioma is a cancer caused by asbestos exposure. My exposure came from doing years of wiring work for Texas Power and Light Company.
At the age of 49 I was diagnosed with Stage 1 Pleural Mesothelioma and was told I had less than two years to live. But I was determined to stay positive and beat this cancer against all odds! My treatment included having my right lung and the lining of the lung removed--a major surgical procedure. Soon after, I began several months of radiation therapy.
I am overjoyed to say that my fight paid off and now 9 years later I am still cancer free! But I know I did not face this battle alone. The doctors and staff at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center are true miracle workers and I am forever grateful to them.

I was also helped greatly by the Patient Advocates at Mesothelioma Lawyer Center. Not only did they help me obtain financial compensation which helped with my treatments and quality of life, they genuinely care about my well-being. I am proud to call them my friends and they continue to stand by my side as I fight mesothelioma.

Tragically, many men and women who are deemed "expendable" by asbestos companies do not even know about their legal options. These legal options available to asbestos victims are of the utmost importance, so that victims and their families can pay for medical expenses and receive compensation for the pain and suffering they endure.

I feel it is my duty to give back to the community--to let people with asbestos diseases know they are not alone. There is help available!"  - Katherine Keys
So what is asbestos exactly? It's a naturally occurring fibrous material that was a popular building material from the 1950s to 1990s. It was used extensively because it is an insulator, has good fire protection properties, has tensile strength, and is resistant to chemical erosion. Asbestos is "wonderful stuff" from a construction perspective and many homes built before 1980 contain asbestos in old floor tiles, ceiling tiles, roof shingles and flashing, siding, insulation (around boilers, ducts, pipes, sheeting, fireplaces), pipe cement, and joint compound used on seams between pieces of drywall. Even some newer houses may contain asbestos. For more info on where to find asbestos in your home follow this link Is-Asbestos-Lurking-In-Your-Home?

OK so you think there may be asbestos in your home, don’t panic! Generally, asbestos-containing material that is in good condition will not release asbestos fibers. Asbestos-containing materials release fibers that can be inhaled when they are disturbed, damaged, removed improperly, repaired, cut, torn, sanded, sawed, drilled or scraped. Keep an eye on possible asbestos-containing materials and visually check them over time for signs of wear or damage. If you do decide to remodel or conduct repairs an area of you home that may have asbestos get it tested first! There are asbestos test kits available at your local hardware store always be safe and know what your working with. If your asbestos test comes back positive consider hiring a certified professional to do the work and don't put you or your family at risk!

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Friday, June 10, 2016

Paint Stripping Hazards: A Closer Look At The Silent Killer Methylene Chloride

Methylene Chloride is a common solvent and degreaser widely used in industry and consumer products, such as paint strippers and aerosols. It has caused acute poisonings resulting in death and is considered a workplace carcinogen. Despite serious health hazards and the availability of cost-effective safer alternatives, high concentrations of MC are still used in workplaces and in consumer products. Numerous poisonings and deaths have been reported over several decades among workers and consumers using furniture strippers or other products containing MC in unventilated areas. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Household Products Database lists 27 consumer products containing MC, most common are paint strippers with concentrations greater than 50 percent. Methylene Chloride has been banned from paint strippers (paint or graffiti removers) in the EU. Despite widespread recognition of harm, MC is still Not Adequately Regulated for consumer use in North America. For more info on current US regulations regarding Methylene Chloride follow: 

MC based paint strippers are an EXTREME hazard. Thirteen bathtub refinishers from ten states have died (2000- 2011) after inhaling toxic Methylene Chloride while stripping residential tubs. Ten different stripping products, containing 60 to 100% MC, were associated with the deaths. In each case, ventilation and respiratory protection were absent or inadequate. MC vapor is absorbed quickly by the lungs at low concentrations that you cannot smell. Filter and respirator cartridges don’t protect you from MC vapor. Instead, you need a full-face supplied air respirator. For more info on bathtub refinisher deaths follow:

Part of the problem is there really is no safe way for consumers to use these products without extensive safety equipment. The safety equipment needed to properly protect yourself is expensive and often not even all available in the same place you buy the stripper. Here is what's required based off of Safety Data Sheet info for Methylene Chloride Personal Protective Equipment:  
Gloves and Clothing -  Avoid skin contact with Methylene Chloride. Wear personal protective equipment made from material which cannot be permeated or degraded by this substance. Safety equipment manufacturers recommend Polyvinyl Alcohol and Silver Shield/4H for gloves and Tychem Responder and TK; Zytron 500; ONESuit TEC; and Trellchem HPS and VPS, or the equivalent, as protective materials for clothing. Eye Protection - Wear chemical safety goggles and/or a full face shield where splashing is possible. Maintain a proper working eyewash station near work area. Respiratory Protection -  Where the potential exists for exposure over 25 ppm, use a NIOSH approved supplied-air respirator with a full face piece operated in a pressure-demand or other positive-pressure mode. For increased protection use in combination with an auxiliary self-contained breathing apparatus operated in a pressure-demand or other positive-pressure mode. 

Not only is this information confusing but it is so critical to ensure your safety! So when I say there really is no practical safe way for consumers to use Methylene Chloride based products I mean just that. And to make matters worse the confusion doesn't stop there depending on the product Methylene Chloride could be hiding under a different name as it is also known as Dichloromethane, Methylene dichloride, and DCM.

So what's my recommendation when stripping paint? Don't use Methylene Chloride base strippers ever! There is no reason to with so many safer choices. At the top of that safer choice list you will find Dimethyl Esters (also known as Dibasic Esters, DBE, and DMEs*) which are readily biodegradable, low odor, low VOC solvents used in a wide variety of industrial and specialty applications. DBEs are excellent solvent substitutes in many stripping applications. Commercial acceptance and use of dimethyl esters and dibasic esters continues to increase due to their positive economic, environmental and performance characteristics. For more info on DBEs follow: The number one line of stripping products using these DBEs is a Canadian company called EZ Strip you may have seen them in the paint stripper aisle at your local Home Depot or seen them in action removing a large variety of materials from various substrates on You Tube check out the EZ Strip You Tube Channel here And the answer to the big question is yes they work amazingly with skin safe formulas and no harsh fumes. The next time you want to remove, refinish, or restore think twice about what you want to expose yourself and your family to. EZ Strip can solve your paint stripping problems without the toxic hazards or need for expensive protective equipment. Work indoors or in tight spaces were ventilation is just not possible! Make your next removal project a successful and safe one! 

Visit the EZ Strip website for great detailed removal tips and project ideas today!


Wednesday, May 25, 2016

How To Remove Popcorn Ceilings

Get rid of that bumpy lumpy painted ceiling that is impossible to clean and huge mess maker even if you just think about touching it! Now there is a dust free removal method that you can do yourself without the need to dry scrape, replace drywall, or have the surface professionally skim coated over. EZ Strip Popcorn Ceiling Remover is a specially formulated remover that penetrates through multiple paint layers and softens the texture underneath without damaging the surface. No matter the style of texture whether it has been sprayed on or hand applied EZ Strip can strip it! 

You want to remove that textured ceiling but its been painted and using just water for the removal is not working! Now EZ strip has a dust free removal method for painted ceiling and wall textures that is so easy anyone can do it. EZ Strip Popcorn Ceiling Remover can remove multiple paint layers from a large variety of ceiling textures without damaging the drywall or other hard surfaces.

Remove these types of ceiling textures:

Spray & roll on textures, Splatter Knockdown, Orange Peel, Popcorn, Acoustic, Stipple, Cottage Cheese, Hand applied textures, Skip Trowel, Hawk and Trowel, Santa-Fe Texture, Double Skip, Swirl, Crows-foot Stomp, Rosebud Stomp, Stomp Knockdown, and More!

No matter the name most of these textures are made with the same types of material and can be removed with EZ Strip Popcorn Ceiling Remover with the same method used in the video.

Coverage is 80 - 100 square feet per gallon depending on how many paint layers and the thickness of the texture being removed.

If your concerned about your ceiling texture containing asbestos get it tested. You can get test kits at your local hardware store. EZ Strip Popcorn Ceiling Remover is a Low VOC skin safe removal formula that cleans up with just water making this a safe DIY friendly home improvement project!

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Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Refinishing Furniture

Refinishing furniture has always been a risky project because of the need for a paint stripper. There are a lot of strippers out there full of toxic chemicals that require a lot of personal safety equipment and experience to truly use safe and effectively. Now there is a safe option from EZ Strip for refinishing wood furniture and it is so easy to use anyone can do it!

If you want to strip paint or varnish from wood furniture then you need EZ Strip Paint & Varnish Stripper! The only skin safe fume free stripper that does the removal job safely and cleans up with just water. Breathe new life into your old furniture or re-purpose/refinish a great find for a new look or addition to a room in your home!

I found this mirror at my local dump and turned it into a beautiful piece for my spare bedroom! The refinish project was simple and fun with EZ Strip. Check out how I did this refinishing project here Refinish Furniture

Get this safe, effective, and easy to use stripper at your local Home Depot or online today! Visit for online purchase links and more great how to remove info!

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Popcorn Ceiling Remover: Products Now Available @ Home Depot

So you want to remove your popcorn ceilings but they have been painted a bunch of times and your worried about high contractor costs and the impossible to clean up dust mess. Well now you can do the job yourself for half the cost with a dust free removal product by EZ Strip. EZ Strip Popcorn Ceiling Remover is the only DIY friendly, dust free, drywall safe paint stripper designed specifically to remove painted popcorn ceiling textures (and other ceiling & wall textures) from drywall and other hard surfaces.

So if you have this...                                                   Or this...

Or this...                                                                     And you want to do this...

Then you need this! EZ Strip Popcorn Ceiling Remover Available In Store & Online @ Home Depot Canada or Online @ Home Depot USA & In Los Angeles, CA/Dallas, TX Store Locations Now! Visit our website here for direct online purchase links today!
 See just how EZ it is to remove your popcorn ceiling textures here!

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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Refinishing Stairs: A Safe Stripper Ideal for Removal Projects Inside & Outdoors


        Refinishing your wooden stairs may have seemed like an impossible big project in the past but now you can make it a reality! What if I said you could do the project yourself, with minimal tools, safely even if your project is inside. Too good to be true right? Well EZ Strip a company dedicated to providing safe removal solutions for Contractors, Do-It-Yourself Enthusiasts, and Savvy Home Improvement Types has a safe alternative to chemical stripping that you can use safely in your home or on the job!   
         EZ Strip Paint & Varnish Stripper is very effective at removing stubborn paints and varnishes yet gentile on your skin with no harsh fumes. This makes EZ Strip the ideal removal product for refinishing stairs no matter if you are indoors or outside EZ Strip Paint & Varnish Stripper can do the job safely. EZ Strip does all the work with no damage to the surface. EZ Strip products are Child, Pet, & Plant Safe and clean up with just water! Watch this short How To Refinish Stairs with EZ Strip Video and see just how easy EZ Strip can make your removal project. Refinishing Stairs
        Coverage for EZ Strip Paint & Varnish Stripper is 30 - 50 square feet per liter. Set time for this removal project was 1 hour for paint and 20 minutes for clear varnish. Tools needed: EZ Strip, container, scraper, paint brush, cloth, scrub pad or stainless steel wool, and water.

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