A little bit of perseverance may be required. If it is just chalk paint on the tables and no wax then it is likely to wash off with warm water. Both are viable options for you it just depends on which method you prefer, its worth having a look at the products and seeing how they work and always do a test area. Am I ok to just sand away this coating,or will the varnish have seeped too deep into the wood? The floors upstairs were carpeted and we decided to get the wood floors refinished. Hello Samantha, hoping you can help. You can leave a response , or trackback from your own site.
Hi Sam I have this problem, I bought a antique bed frame. Would peelaway 7 take just the paint off but leave the varnish? It is good for detail and crevices that can be difficult to work on. The first is the Paint Panther Paint and Varnish Remover , which will work with in minutes, making the paint bubble up to be scraped off with a Filler Knife.
Will I have to sand back to wood? I would strongly recommend the sample pack to test which one will work best for you and how long you will need to leave the poultice on for. Is harder work though, but really satisfying and creates less harmful dust sanding and no difficult to clean mess. Please help as I think it would be a shame to ruin it.
I live in a timber framed terrace built late s which has a lovely curved beam in the bedroom wall. You may be able to get them out with a hard bristled brush that will get into the crevices where the white is. I appreciate it can be a hassle to sand decking but when you have done it, you can apply an Oil based treatment that will be easier to maintain and look after from then on. Thanks sounds exactly what I am looking for. This is after three full days of work!! To do this, place painter's tape around the edges of the wall or surface you're working with. Our options are to put new wood floors down over old wood, recarpet or hope they can get the paint off.