Other environmentally friendly method, don't use chemical strippers. I
found it interesting that a professional painter that my wife knows says
that she doesn't use chemical stripping but instead uses some kind of
specialized tool which works just as well -- I think she says better(?).
I don't know any more about it -- but I guess I'm assuming it's some kind
of specialized putty knife, or scrapper, or something.
Food for thought.
True. That said, it's possible that some other suggestions for
mechanical removal (like glass beading or ultrasound) may work. I just
don't have access to that kind of equipment.
In any case, the benign chemicals have done their job.
Personally, I like Vista, but I probably won\'t use it. I like it
because it generates considerable business for me in consulting and
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