What our customers say!
"I would just like to say how impressed I was with your product! I have successfully removed my woodchip wallpaper with little fuss and time. I am now recommending it to anyone I can find!"
Tracy Lawrence, Essex - 10.03.09
"I was very excited about my purchase of Wallwik after reading the testimonials, however when I told my boyfriend and explained how it worked….
"you put the paper into the warm solution and stick them on the walls, then the wallpaper comes off easily…. And the paper is reusable!" as I was listening to the words myself I doubted them. My boyfriend said "
what? Paper that you put in water and reuse what a waste of money!" The day came when we followed the instructions and applied the paper to our walls that are full of woodchip (every room in the house!) My friend, mum, step dad and boyfriend were all looking with anticipation, once we had waited the allotted time we took off the wallwik paper and put a scraper to the wall.
It was like shearing a sheep!! The paper fell off… My boyfriend was aghast and basically ate his words. This stuff is brilliant, as long as you score the walls well the solution does the rest for you."
Lorna Marshall, UK - 21.01.08
"Have just used your product for the first time. Could not believe what we were seeing, what a fantastic product. No mess, really easy to use and does exactly what it says. We will recommend you to everyone."
Alison Bennett, UK - 13.04.08
"I just had to write and let you know how fantastic the Wallwik products are. Prepare to be astounded, I am a novice decorator and I had put off stripping the dreaded woodchip off my bedroom walls. The product is an absolute dream, score really well and leave on for I would say 20 minutes and the paper just falls off.
Many many thanks whoever invented this should get a medal!
Jemima Brown, Dunfermline, Fife - 13.07.08
"This stuff is brilliant!!! Having to order more already. Its a miracle!!
Sheila McCullough, Edinburgh UK - 26.03.07
"Hi, I just wanted to say how good Wallwik is. I was stripping a room where woodchip paper had been painted with green emulsion and then overpainted in dark blue satin finish. Frankly I was dubious if the paper would come off at all without badly damaging the plaster underneath. I found out about Wallwik on the internet and ordered a pack. It does everything you say. I scored the paper, applied the soaked Wallwik fabric and the paper came away from the wall leaving the plaster intact. What's more there is no nasty smell and you avoid the working in a sauna experience you get using a steamer. It took me just a few hours to strip the whole room. I'd recommend Wallwik to anyone"
Natalie Hare. Edinburgh UK - 13.03.07
"Had to write for all those sceptics out there, including my own decorator, this stuff really does make a difference.
I was worried about wasting money and time when already facing the daunting task of my whole house being covered in woodchip, a huge decorating bill, and I am not a big fan of internet shopping, or buying products without recommendation, but given the scale of the task I decided to take a chance.
We almost sent the pack back unopened as my decorator said nothing but hard graft and many hours would work - at a price of course. Hah, can't wait to see his face tomorrow when he sees what we achieved over the weekend; my house is ready for him to paper and paint.
My tip is making sure you score the paper lots. All our paper was painted so we knew to do that anyway but we learned quickly, the more you score the better the product works. We still used a steamer but after we developed a system we found it was only needed for speed on the last layer, more product would have achieved the same result.
Thanks, I'm 9 months pregnant, desperate to get into the house in time for baby coming, and it looks like we might just make it... touch wood (chipless)."
Kelly Andrew. Edinburgh UK - 14.01.07
"I have a house covered in the dreaded woodchip - aghhh. Still - I wasn't looking to forward to stripping off more of this delightful product anymore. Came across Wallwik - it stated that it would strip woodchip. Hey I thought, give anything a go. I am writing this testimonial on Monday afternoon after a very successful weekend of stripping woodchip. Now - not only stripping but as promised, but removing the old woodchip in one piece (rather than thousands) at a time! All I can add to those who have stated it already is - Yes, it does work.
I had a single layer of painted woodchip; each piece took between 20-30 minutes of soaking before they came off. Cannot praise the product anymore than that. In addition, I found that it was better to spray the solution straight onto the woodchip 10 minutes before using the scoring tool (this allowed the spikes to penetrate the woodchip better.) I also found that spiking vertically, horizontally and diagonally helped as well.
Simon. Perth UK - 27.11.06
"It is not often that I am rendered speechless, however it happened this afternoon. My husband and I started using Wallwik to remove woodchip and paint that had been on the walls for 23 years. Given previous experiences of removing woodchip, we did not feel hopeful that it would work as easily as described. We left the solution on the wall for almost an hour and our jaw hit the ground when the woodchip came off in almost an entire sheet. The product actually does exactly what it promises! Minimum work, maximum effect!
"A few weeks ago we got a quote from a decorator to remove woodchip from, and paint, the lounge and dining room. He said it would take 10 - 14 days and involve heavy-duty steamers and quite a mess. The quote was £1200. We stripped half the dining room in 2 hours this afternoon with minimum mess (in fact we had left the carpet and furniture in place as we were not confident Wallwik would work!!) We cannot praise Wallwik highly enough, it has revolutionised wallpaper removal.
Christa Millar. Aberdeen - 19.10.06
"This product is absolutely fantastic - why go to the bother of using anything else when this does the job without damage - timely and easily. I would not have been without it. It does remove several layers at once and in whole sheets. A GREAT PRODUCT. Rating: ***** [5 of 5 Stars]!"
Catherine Whitaker. Leeds - 21.11.05