Wilko - Wilko Paint and Varnish Stripper All Purpose 500 ml
The link for which can be found here. However, I was able to purchase it quite easily in a Wilko store for £3.00 so I don't know what the postage and packaging is like. My reason for trying this is following a simple tip off about paint strippers others use and I'm still looking for the ultimate Fairy Power Spray replacement.
The bottle is exactly as you see above, with a push down & twist lid, and having the warnings and instructions on the back.
Inside is a fairly viscous white fluid with a mild smell (not quite marzipan but that sort of ballpark) which isn't unpleasant at all. It suggests avoiding floor coverings, vinyl materials and textiles (might as well), and to use a well ventilated area to do the stripping (not entirely necessary IMO but YMMV). For this test I was using a plastic takeaway tub to house the models and stripper, which I left sealed and outside when I was leaving it to work. It also recommends gloves but again, it's not necessary; just wash your hands afterwards. (Disclaimer: I have spent most of my life in a chemistry lab and I only wear gloves for the nasty stuff like acid - that's not an endorsement, just explaining why I'm somewhat flippant about the need for PPE and this stuff). I also had an old toothbrush and spike (for the hard to reach bits) to do the stripping which I achieved by scrubbing the model under cold running water when the time came.
For this test I have a plastic, metal, Finecast and FW resin sample.
These were generously covered with the stripper and worked in with the brush
At this point the bottle recommends that you leave it for an hour and apply a second coat, however, as you can see from the previous model the paint is already coming away from the resin so I gave it 30 minutes before tackling both resin samples just by running it under the tap and brushing away (the stripper wont wash off without help you see)
Next up was the metal and plastic
I do recommend this product for stripping any and all models, based on what I've done above.