Just bought a house and it has these solid wooden doors. Of course, they were covered in about 4-5 layers of paint, but after some (a lot) of paint stripper and time, I got them down to bare wood. My problem is this: these doors have a decorative edge around the inside panels and the paint stripper just couldn't get it out all the way. I was able to get most of it off, but since it's wood, some of the paint soaked into the grain and, even though it's down to bare wood, you can still see some of the white paint residue. At first, I used a wire brush, but it just couldn't get through the paint. I tried using a wire wheel, but that started to damage the edge, so I quickly abandoned that idea. I was thinking about routing the inside edges? I don't know if you can "reroute" something (never used a router before). Anyone have any advice?