|Item Weight||21 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||18 x 18 x 16 inches|
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|Item model number||LMB150NA|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Earlex LMB150NA SteamMaster Wallpaper Steamer
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Steam Master Wallpaper Stripper
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Steammaster - professional grade steam wallpaper stripper - ideal for contractors and heavy duty applications
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Get the wallpaper really wet and that will aid in the stripping process.
Be patient in the beginning of the project and you will get good results.
Another time saving tip is to boil water beforehand and pour it into the unit
Otherwise it takes a long time to heat the water.
Hope this helps and I have had my unit for a long time and have just ordered another
As I'm really busy.
I'm a painting contractor for over 15 yrs and this is my go to unit for wallpaper removal.
The problems i found ith this unit were (the big seaming attachment did not distribute seam very well and one area would be over dampened while the rest would be under dampened. this mean that i would go to scrape some walpaper off and the dry part wouldnt peel, and the damp part would tear a chunk into the drywall. (sure it would help if i was better at moving thesteam pad around more, but when you are scraping with one hand and steaming with the other, some times your timing isnt perfect.
Also the smaller steam attachment has plastic threads, that strip easily meaning the hose that relays the seam though can pop off often, shooting steam all over, and making it impossible to reattach until the whole unit cools down...
other than the obvious flaws in this device, i cant help put wonder if there isnt a better way to remove wallpaper than this? I am a very fit, muscular guy and I used this steamer for 10 hours and could only get about 70 feet of paper off? srely there has got to be something better?