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      Tuesday, September 27, 2011

      Best paint remover

        Whether it's paint remove you need to do from baseboards and trim, removing paint from wood, or removing the varnish from a vintage piece of furniture, chances are you'll need to use some chemical strippers to do the job. There are numerous products for these types of jobs available in the paint department of your home center. Check the label carefully, and make sure that you're purchasing the best paint remover for your job. There are strippers for paints, stains, varnishes, epoxy and other finishes, and they are not an interchangeable. Some are suitable for wood surfaces, while others are designed for metal, masonry, etc. Thicker stripping solutions are recommended for ease of use. They tend to stick better on vertical surfaces, and make detail work easier. Whether you're stripping paint or varnish, use inexpensive paintbrushes. Since the stripper is simply applied and removed, it's not critical that it's applied evenly or smoothly. You'll probably just throw the brushes away after you use them. Before you start your job, pour a portion of the stripper into a glass jar. Use that portion for dipping your brush. If need more, simply add more stripper from the original container into the jar. In that way, you won't be contaminating all of the stripper by dipping your brush repeatedly into the original container.

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