Fenit Paint Stripping
Paint Stripping Fenit
Some of our clients down through the years have been household names, and they are well pleased with our work. After the paint has been stripped, we treat the wood, where wood is the material of the restoration project, with a natural oil layer, which causes the wood to glow with its richest colours. We have stripped paint, glue, lacquer, and other coverings from items ranging in size from the very small to three meter high doors and posts. The craftsmen in the Dipstrip team can undertake repairs on damaged doors, windows, and furniture for you.
There's no reason to risk your irreplaceable antique furniture, doors and window frames with anyone else. Warped wood after a bad paint strip is usually very difficult to repair, so you're best off not taking any chances. Nothing beats the craftsmanship and skill of yesteryear, so we're focused on restoartion while respecting and maintaining that level of quality. The paint stripping technique is one needing a careful eye and patience, as well as knowing when to start cleaning afterwards. An advantage older fixtures have is that they don't get the modern kiln drying, which can shorten the lifespan of the wood considerably, so it's usually a good idea to make the effort to restore them properly.
With thirty years of experience in the business, your antique furniture or other project is in safe hands. Our reputation precedes us so give us a call today!