If you are one of those vintage style fans, then I can guarantee you will visit any estate sale for finding wonderful antique/ classic set of chairs, cabinets, or whatever. But if you pay attention, since the furniture is old/ has been around for years, it may has been re-painted many times as well and that fact will give you the reality that you will need to remove any unwanted previous paint paste in order to make your classic furnishing looks even more wonderful. But sometimes it is not that easy to get any paint removed from wooden material, and here I will tell you that you need the right directions. So, let’s scroll down to see how to remove paint from wood. Keep rolling folks.
The first action needs to be taken is to know what is the type of the paint that you are facing now. Is it oil or water based one. Knowing the type of the paint that will be removed will make your job more and more efficient, so let’s just find out. If you have water based paint, the best way to get it removed is by getting it smoothness first using warm/ hot water. Once the paint is softened, it will be a piece of cake job for removing it. While if you are dealing with oil based paint, your job will be quite harder. To make sure what kind of paint you are dealing with, just test the paint using hot water and you will find what kind of paint is that that you are fighting with right now.
Since you are dealing with wooden material, don’t use tools that may damage the wood itself. Sandpaper, scrapper, and other kind of removers are OK especially for removing oil based paint.
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