My worry about that is letting someone that does not understand canoes go after the soft cedar with all kinds of sharp tools. Depending on the paint you may be able to scrubb that off with warm water and detergent or light sanding but again there is no guarantee that this will not affect the varnish underneath. I hope that helps and if you have any further question please do not hesitate to let me know. Let the chemical do the work. It is important to do a test area first.
My mom and I would love to try this out…your piece came out gorgeous!! But this should help you considerably with getting back to bare wood. I hope you manage to achieve what you are looking for — Sam. It is advisable to do a test area first as this will help you to determine firstly if this is the right product and also how long you need to leave it on for. I still do some small items with a locally produced water soluble stripper, and of course, dispose of all residue in accordance with EPA standards!?
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Keep the hose length between the paint pot and the spray gun short, about 10 to 12 feet. Box Memphis, TN The poles gleamed and music flowed out of speakers in the ceiling. Hi one of our internal pine doors has been stripped using caustic soda. Were using Klean Strip. I also tried to sand a small section and think that would take forever!
Apply the remover Wear chemical splash goggles and chemical-resistant gloves and apply the stripper according to package directions. And it would vastly speed up saving for an apartment deposit. Rebecca was the dancer manager responsible for hiring the strippers excuse me, dancers of an upmarket "gentlemen's club" in the red light district. What would you recommend for large plain skirting that has many layers of paint, I would think some of the paint dates back 50 years plus due to the age of the house. I am a big fan of what you do at Knack, Barb, and am anxious to hear all your pearls of wisdom when it comes to furniture diy!