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  1. Wood Finishing
    Hi, I am looking for the best stripping chemical for polyurethane. By the best, I mean the most effective and thorough. Home Depot carries various kinds with different toxicity, reaction time, and prices. I am looking for one that can strip wood to its natural state. Ideally, I would like it...
  2. Joinery
    I’m re-doing an old wooden desk, and in one section, this finish came off with the paint stripper. It’s gone now so I’m going to have to take it off everywhere. But I’m lost as to what it is. Opposite grain direction and is super hard to get off. The wood underneath is hard and smooth but...
  3. Wood Finishing
    I have been stripping an all wood louvered door for days and days and can't seem to get it stripped down. It's my first time with a louvered door. There are so many nooks and crannies and the top and bottom curve of the louvers..... It seems impossible to get it done. I saw some posts about...
  4. Wood Finishing
    Those thin plastic bags you get at the store are great for stripping paint! I cut them in half, paint on the stripper and cover the Stripper with the pieces of bag. I just let it soak a couple and peel off one piece at a time leaving the rest. It gives me more time to work an area before the...
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