How to Get Paint off Brick?


To get paint off brick, start by cleaning the bricks on the surface using hairdryer set. Apply professional strength cleaning product and then use trisodium phosphate to get rid of any remaining paint.
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1. Fill a clean bucket with 1 gallon of warm water. Add 1/2 cup trosidum phosphate. Use a long stick to stir the water and TSP until the powder dissolves. 2. Scrub the TSP solution
1. Clean the brick fireplace, using TSP cleaner. Rinse the surface and allow it to dry. 2. Apply painter's tape to areas of the fireplace you do not want painted. 3. Cover the surrounding
1. Rub a wire brush over the wall in any spots where the paint is chipped, cracked or peeling. 2. Fill in holes or cracks in the brick. Use light-weight spackling for smaller holes,
1. Wash the wall with a mild soap. Rinse the wall thoroughly with clean water. Wait for the wall to dry. 2. Put on gloves and a breathing mask. Open windows and doors to improve ventilation
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