Allway Tools: Wallcovering Stripper Review

Updated May 19, 2024 | Posted Aug 15, 2019 | Product Reviews, Tools | 0 comments

The Allway Tools wallcoverinf stripper consist of a rubber grip handle, a lightweight stainless steal shank, and on the business end, a sharp blad. You would use it to remove paint or wallpaper from any surface.

I’ve used many heavy-duty scraper blades before. These normally result in the blade taking chunks of plaster as you remove the wallpaper or paint. They’re simply too sharp or they’re difficult to control. Either that, or the rubber handle comes off, leaving you with a big blister were the metal pole is digging into your palm.

The Allway Tools Wallcovering Stripper is different. The soft plastic grip on the handle is moulded well and is tuff. The CB25 blade is different to the normal blades. It features a diamond honed comber edge (curved edge) that allows for aggressive scraping without digging in and gouging. The design features 2 cutting edges, when one edge dulls, reverse the blade and switch to a fresh cutting edge.

The blades are extremely durable and can be changed with a press of button no screwdriver required.

Overall, this feels and is a good quality tool and will definitely be trying more of their products.

More range of tools and prices on their website, which you can visit by clicking here.

https://allwaytools.com/tools-category/wallpaper-flooring-masonry-laminate/wallcovering-tools/
Allway Tools: Wallcovering Stripper Review - Decorator's forum UK

A robust tool used to remove wallpaper or paint from a surface.

Product Brand: AllWay

Editor's Rating:
4.5

Pros

  • Razor sharp blade.
  • Comfortable to hold.
  • Very robust.

Cons

  • Very few stockists.

Updated May 19, 2024 | Posted Aug 15, 2019 | 0 comments

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About the Author

Mike Cupit has been in the decorating industry since 2002 and has mostly worked as a Trade Decorator in the domestic sector (peoples’ homes). Self-proclaimed “product geek”, Mike has a passion for paint and decorating tools. Mike now spends most of his time testing paint products and tools, comparing them to similar products on the market, and blogging about the industry in general.

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