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The concept is fantastic and the units are extremely effective (though stripping paint off a house is never effortless).
I presented this problem to both the company where I purchased the unit and to the manufacture and they basically told me, too bad, since it was out of warranty.
Finally, despite having purchased the recommended scraping tools, paint removal is not 100% further necessitating a final pass over with a random orbital sander.
This unit is a bad copy of the speed heater, the original unit.Published 8 days ago by Michael Orrell
My review is for the Speed Heater that I purchased from Eco Strip.
We have been using our SPEED HEATER alot in the last year stripping 90 year old bead board ceilings... Read more
I purchased The Silent Paint Remover in 2003 and just went to try and purchase replacement bulbs. This is a stinker alert... Read morePublished 5 months ago by The Piersons
We'll worth the price we used it to take the paint off of our house. It took a while, but it did the job.Published 8 months ago by Lynn Fisher
The Silent Paint Remover is an awful & dangerous knock off of the real deal, the Swedish manufactured SpeedHeater (SH). Read morePublished 10 months ago by Robert Yapp
I didn't buy the Silent Paint Remover, but I built something similar. Google "ocean manor house ipr" for instructions on how to build your own infrared paint remover for around... Read morePublished on October 12, 2012 by Chris Dragon
The concept of infrared heaters is well-established at this point as a viable, cost-effective, safe, labor-reducing means of removing old paint. Read morePublished on October 2, 2012 by RocER
I needed a part to fix the Silent Heater. I have been using it for two years and one of the wires broke. I called to get the replacement part and and they were not helpful. Read morePublished on June 21, 2012 by anacondatigger
This unit broke on the first day of use.
The handle came off - which is only held on by friction to the aluminum.
The wire insulation is rubbing off in places. Read more