For any of you folks who haven't yet bought a RotoZip...with the
ZipMate attachment...you don't know what a great tool yer missin'!!
I'm refinishing out kitchen cabinets...and bought some Ready Strip
(great product, BTW) for the face. But I didn't want to wait that
long to start on the door and drawer facings. So I took them outside
and stripped them with the RotoZip.
About 20 minutes per door...thru about a dozen layers of all kinds of
paint! And I don't think I took ANY wood of the doors. There was
some scribbling in pencil on the backside of a couple of the
doors...and I was able to feather off the paint so that the writing
didn't even come off! Then I hit it again to take the pencil marks
Two passes to take off all the paint! Just start at the top of the
door and run it down.
I used the RotoZip last year to strip 100 years of paint from most of
my windows. Just a great little tool for this...if you can take the
work outside or don't mind the mess inside.
And I use the router attachment quite a bit, too...for small
Its basic capabilities, of course, are well known. I just recently
used it...with the basic cutting tip...to trim out some aluminum
siding for some vinyl windows I put in.
And, no...I have no financial interest in RotoZip.
Have a nice week...
Follow Joan Rivers' example --- get pre-embalmed!