Our Steam Team Wallpaper Stripper for the DIY and professional decorating markets is the safest and easiest to use steam wallpaper stripper available today.
Robust and simple to service, the HTW features a unique anti-scald system
It will remove vinyl, foil, flock, woodchip and multi-layered papers, including painted-over wallpaper, with ease.
The HTW is even effective on non-paper based wall coverings such as hessian fixed with UPVA glues.
It is designed to produce steam at just the right pressure and temperature for fast effective stripping with the minimum of condensation.
This critical design feature reduces the risk of over-wetting wallboard or the plaster surface of the wall being stripped, and keeps the working environment comfortable.
The hot steam tank is fully shielded from the user while four castors provide excellent mobility.
These features make the HTW easy to move around the work site without the risk of picking up the steam stripper when it is in operation or when the tank is still hot after use.
It is designed to efficiently plug-and-strip - simply fill with hot or cold tap water and connect to the power supply.
It will steam-up in 10 to 25 minutes and continue to run for up to an hour and a half before refilling is needed.
The user then simply disconnects the HTW from the power supply, waits 2 minutes to allow the steamer to cool, and then refills.
This eliminates the need for the user to remember to constantly check the water level and removes the need for troublesome switches, buzzers or sight glasses.
How To Use A Wallpaper Stripper
With the machine plugged out, open the steam cap and fill the tank with hot water
Make sure to fully close the steam cap locking lever
Turn the steam plate away from the user and plug in the machine
Wait for a few minutes while the steam builds up
Once the steam is being produced, simply press the steam plate to the wall for a few seconds and gently scrap away the wallpaper
When the user is finished with the machine, place the steam plate away from the user and unplug the machine. Wait a few minutes while the excess steam escapes.
Release the steam cap locking lever and either refill or leave to cool.