Get off as much of both off as you can with a hot air gun then remove the
remaining residue with paint stripper. I use Nitromors Master Craftsmans'
(Yellow tin) which is pure liquid, paint on, leave for 10mins, re-wet, remove
as much of resulting goo as poss with a scraper then remove remainder
with wire wool wetted with stripper. Finish with wire wool soaked in white
Don't forget the gloves, I use 3 layers with polythene as the top layer & still
need to replace them once an hour, yuk.
thanks, the fumes were bad enough hot air stripping it! , luckily im
replacing as much woodwork as possible,
basically leaves stair rail , bannister and wood detailing up the stairs -
well keeps me out of trouble!
Yug, detailed parts are such a pain, mostly done on mine now, good luck.
ps: I've often despaired of getting the last bit out of a detailed moulding and
left it 'til later only to come back to it when it had dried out and it just
scraped out easily with a small screwdriver.
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