Has anyone in here had the experience of using a paint stripper called
Ready Strip which comes in a tub and is a green goo? It looks good on
TV but and I'd like to strip an old fireplace surround as easily as
possible as I'm recovering from a heart attack and don't feel like
sanding myself into the hereafter.
Any comments would be much appreciated.
Also, I'm going to retire and will be expanding my little work shop so
I can do some semi-serious work. (I am a firm believer in the amateur
woodworkers' motto: "Cut to shape - Pound to fit!") Assuming a stock
thickness of 1", is a band saw the only equipment I can use to get
curved cuts or are there electric scroll saws out there that could
handle that kind of thickness.