Hey, where is tacticalmountain at? So, I did a quick crash course on alcohol for stoves. Note that passwords are case-sensitive. I take the Kaiser ink off with lacquer thinner all the time. Password Please enter a password for your user account. Strippers work well, but you have to work with them also.
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Send a private message to Mortimer. I've tried all the suggestions I've read on the forum, including beauty supply and pool supply stores. I have found that wire-brushing is easier than sanding or grinding, and the Dremel tool with the small wire brushes works as well as the large wire brush on my reversible corded Makita drill. My plan is to strip it and, figuring it will look better and more even than it does now, leave it like that. User Name Remember Me?
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Attention if you have renewed your paid membership on the site but it has not taken effect within 24 hours please send the tech account a private message here to get your account corrected and for further instruction. No results for Vermont. Dang too late to edit. Paint or coating strippers can be used on vinyl flooring, linoleum floor coverings, cedar siding, ceramic and porcelain tile and terrazzo and concrete surfaces. I do add a little isopropyl alcohol as a reducer when spraying the first couple shelac sealer coats as it evaporates more slowly giving the shelac a little more time to level. This link discusses some options:
Once it dries, it is back to original once again. Posted November 1, Originally Posted by Globie Used in removal of coatings, graffiti from wood, masonry and metal surfaces. Products such as polyuria and polyurethane protective coatings, paint strippers, applicators and spray foam are available. Welcome to the updated THT!