Non Caustic Stripping


Internal Doors (Higly recommended for oak doors)

Non-Caustic Stripping(£25 per door) :

-Extra Services:
Sanding (£45 per door, including: non-caustic stripping, cleaning and sanding)

Waxing or Oiling (£60 per door, including: non-caustic stripping, cleaning, sanding and waxing or oiling)

Total Internal Doors:

We strip various other items such as: External Doors, Tables, Chairs, Benches, Dressers, Sideboards, Bookcases, Firesurronds and so on. To enable us to quote accurate prices please send us a photo of your furniture on our email: info@paintremoving.co.uk.

Collection & delivery service

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Order Summary

Today is 2020/10/25

Int. doors: £

Ext. doors: £

Delivery: £

TOTAL: £


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Terms & Conditions
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Cautions
  • Failed collection or delivery of doors : Doors will be held on site for a maximum of 90 days before being sold to reclaim costs.
  • Water based products, acrylic and polyurethane products cannot be removed through the stripping process, but we offer hand strip service, for more information contact us
  • We cannot guarantee the removal of stains
  • Any glass left in doors or furniture is done so at customers own risk
  • Any door furniture is left on at customers own risk against loss or damage
  • Any tiles, brickwork or ornament details left of fireplaces are done so at your own risk, we do not take liability for loss or damage of these parts.
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Wood stripping is a delicate process; it requires attention, knowledge and must always be approached with care.
The usage of a caustic solution to strip paint from hardwood, such as oak, ash, beech or even walnut, can cause unexpected damage on the structure of the wood, including cracks in the wood grain and change of colours to dark green or black.
At Old Door Stripping we offer non-caustic and non-hazardous removal of paint for all types of hardwood furniture from external and internal doors, to antique and contemporary furniture, including tables, chairs, cabinets, cupboards, beds and many more.
The non-caustic process uses water soluble chemical and can be used for stripping all types of hardwood without causing any harm of the hard wood or change of its base natural colour.

Oak Wood

The lovely light colour of the oak can turn dull and grey if met with the caustic soda which is used in the dipping process. The non-caustic process will ensure that the colour finish is removed with no toxic residues on the surface after the paint is removed.

Beach Wood

The non-caustic stripping is the best choice for beech wood furniture, considering that it is an extremely dry hard wood intolerant to dampness, which can significantly increase the chances of wood warping.

Walnut Wood

The walnut wood is known for its strength, straight grain and its rich chocolate brown colour. As a representative of the hardwood type, the walnut can easily discolour or show grain cracks when stripped with caustic soda. This is why it is the perfect candidate for non-caustic paint removing process.

Dependant from the nature of the wood and the finish that was applied on the wood previously, the process ensures up to 95% removal of the paint. Additionally, the usage of the water soluble chemical, makes this process safe and environment friendly.
Do not hesitate to call us now to receive more information on the non-caustic process and get your quote now!

paint removing before and after