I have a sandstone fireplace surround that has been tastefully painted
with blue emulsion. I'm guessing thet the paint has been in place for
a couple of years. I've tried Nitro Morse but am having difficulty
getting a completely clean finish. Any ideas on how to remove the
paint without damaging the stone underneath?
nick email@example.com (Nick) wrote in
Nitro Morse - the well known exploding detective!! :)
You may well have to sand blast the stone to get it off. The stone will
probably have absorbed some paint. Karcher do a sandblashing option for
their jet washes and you'll be able to hire one locally.
The alternative would be to paint it stone coloured!!!!!!
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