Unfortunately paint stripping can be a messy process which ever product you use, and on rare occasions you may need to do 2 applications. Parts must be kept dry and in a dry environment to them from rusting again. We recommend using Extra Bond on anything other than bare wood. To see how it works, my main concern would be if it impacts on the finishing glaze that is actually on the sink also being lifted away. On the other hand caustic products usually contain a very strong alkaline which may react with chemicals in the wood resulting in staining or scorching of the wood. Our guys are very diligent about following all the seams with the pressure washer to ensure they are fully cleaned.
Waterborne paint systems use water to suspend the paint or color particles in your paint. I really am glad to see the tips in this article! The most common methods are below. Contains no methanol, methylene chloride, or chlorinated solvents. What I can say is we have a process and flow that is designed chemically to treat your parts and leave them ready for the painting process. Painting a car is one of the most misunderstood parts of our hobby.
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There is a Sample Pack that allows you to try the the product first. Clean-up Return unused stripper to the original container and seal it tightly for your next project. The Peelaway 1 is ideal for older and lead based paint removal, however it is not suitable for oak or mahogany wood as it will burn it. Many people try staining to bring the two areas closer in finish but this is also a difficult job and wood can be unpredictable. Test areas are vital with a project like this, please let me know if you need any further advice.
Test areas are strongly recommended and if you have any other questions please do not hesitate to ask. If you are going to paint a car, you will be doing a lot of sanding, this fact must be accepted. Abrasives range from good old-fashioned sandpaper to a variety of blasting media. Any recommendations to strip the gloss away to get the markings back? When you have done this feel free to email me for further advice at wood finishes. They are using a heavy duty sander and have tried chemical stripping.