Diy paint stripper
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Whether it's removing paint from baseboards and trim, or removing the varnish from furniture, chemical strippers can help you do the job.
Caustic soda (aka lye) is used for industrial stripping sometimes, soda is likely to be too mild to soften oil based paints - Paint strippers tend to.
Description:SAVE Paint removers can be purchased from all hardware and home improvement stores, but these items are costly and can contain harmful ingredients that can hurt you and your family. With a few simple ingredients, you can easily make your own homemade paint remover. Washing Soda Paint Remover Washing soda paint remover is inexpensive, harmless and simple to make. Pour 1 cup cold water into a dish and slowly stir in 4 spoonfuls of washing soda this can be purchased with laundry detergents in any supermarket. Add flour to the mixture, one spoonful at a time, mixing each spoonful into the solution. Keep adding flour and mixing it in until you have a thick, consistent cream.