Remove Paint from Wood?

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Removing paint from wood is a relatively easy process that depends on whether or not the paint is oil based or water based. Water based paint will require denatured alcohol that is rubbed in with soft rags or cloths, while oil based paints often require sanding for removal.. Sanding should be stopped when the bulk of the paint is gone, even if a few spots remain. Rub these spots with a clean soft rag and mineral spirits; the mineral spirits should remove the rest of the paint. Make sure to dry the wood after the paint is removed, as wet wood may warp or buckle.
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To remove paint from wood, apply some paint stripper with a brush on the wood. Let it stand for a minute or so and remove paint with steel wool.
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1. Spread a drop cloth on a concrete surface outside, such as a driveway. It's important to use paint stripper outside as the strong fumes can be toxic. Place the wooden object on
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1 Wipe the fresh acrylic paint with a wet cloth. Try to remove as much paint as you can. Change the cloth when needed. Ad 2 Moisten a cloth with hot water and put some glycerin soap
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Answer Sanding off the old layer. If it was an oil based stain, you might have to use a stain-stripper. how to remove paint i dont think you can remove it but you can paint it again
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To remove paint from wood, apply some paint stripper with a brush on the wood. Let it stand for a minute or so and remove paint with steel wool. ...
To remove paint from wood, apply some paint stripper with a brush on the wood. Let it stand for a minute or so and remove paint with steel wool. ...
To remove paint from wood, apply some paint stripper with a brush on the wood. Let it stand for a minute or so and remove paint with steel wool. ...
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