Paint stripper can be used on fiberglass, but it can't be allowed to sit too long or will start to eat through the fiberglass. It is best to look for a mild paint stripper and only leave it on the fiberglass for a few minutes at a time.Know More
Be sure to have all tools and cleaning supplies handy before stripping the paint.
For most paint splotches on linoleum, a bit of soapy water and some scrubbing can remove the paint stains. Tougher paint stains can require a little more work, including soaking the paint in rubbing alcohol before scrubbing the linoleum clean with a scouring pad.Full Answer >
To remove paint from wood, apply an infrared paint stripper, scrape off the paint, apply lacquer thinner, sand the wood, and wash it. This one-hour process requires gloves, a particle mask, an infrared paint stripper, lacquer thinner, rags, a scraper, a power washer and a multi-tool with a sanding attachment.Full Answer >
To safely remove lead paint, wear the appropriate safety gear, and seal off the room with duct tape and plastic sheeting. Remove the paint using a wet method, such as wet sanding, and clean the room each day with water, detergent and a vacuum that features a HEPA filter.Full Answer >
There are five ways to remove paint from a brick wall: sandblasting, a heat gun, a peel away gel/paste, a regular paint stripper or environmentally friendly strippers like Soy Gel or Citristrip. Brick walls that have been painted before 1970 may contain lead, so it is best to use a method that allows for containment of the paint as it is removed from the brick.Full Answer >