If you have a house's worth of trim or siding that must be stripped bare quickly, or if you have lead-laden paint and can't remove it safely, bring in a qualified pro to do it on-site. How to Give It a Shellacking. The heat draws moisture from the wood, improving its ability to hold new paint. They minimize dust and can lift years of paint. Keep a rag handy as well to wipe away residue. Give the surfaces and any uncarpeted floors a final wipedown with a clean, damp cloth. To use the gun, heat a small area until the finish bubbles up and then scrape away the paint residue. An orange gel, best on furniture details and flat surfaces since it is thin. But at this house, an earlier refinishing left the door panels blotched and uneven, so Thomas's only recourse is to remove the existing coatings and get back to the original material. Restore wood furniture, trim, baseboards and banisters by first stripping them down to the wood.
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Strip Paint from Wood
Gloss spar varnish The ideal way to start over is to strip furniture of the old stuff and begin with a baby-smooth, bare wood surface. Your wood surfaces should now look how nature intended. Skip canvas drop cloths in favor of 6-mil plastic sheeting, which won't trap fine grit or let chemicals seep through. More in Furniture Spot repairs on woodwork are easy when the finish is shellac. Eventually, however, all new paint becomes old paint. In that case, you have a couple of options. Ideal for lead paint and masonry, but can stain furniture woods. This can also help remove paint and stain, especially in hard-to-reach cracks and crevices. Teaspoons and tablespoons are handy for scraping paint from concave or convex moldings.
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To even out the maple's blotchy color, Thomas brushes on very thin coats of a water-based glaze that he mixed himself using dyes and pigments. If the bottom layer is paint, it's a good sign that the wood is unworthy of stain. He rapidly pads on the finish using a wad of cotton rag wrapped in cheesecloth, replenishing the shellac from a dispenser as needed. Prepare for the Project. Generally speaking, the faster a chemical eats through paint and finish, the more toxic it is, and DCM is fast—paint starts to bubble in minutes. Wipe surfaces with a damp cloth or sponge and a household detergent; empty the dirty rinse water into a container, never a sink, bathtub, or toilet. Use 6-mil plastic sheeting and duct tape to seal off the workspace from the rest of the house. Always follow the manufacturer's instructions and wear rubber gloves and protective goggles when using strong chemicals.
Description:How to reveal a vintage gem under all the old paint. Scrape off the paint, scrub off the residue with a wet nylon brush, and rinse with water. Teaspoons and tablespoons are handy for scraping paint from concave or convex moldings. A dull scraper is the best tool for removing stripper-softened finish from flat panels. New tools help take the misery and mess out of removing damaged or outdated wallpaper. Then, after a thorough vacuuming, he applies a coat of de-waxed shellac—sold in cans as Seal Cote—which is compatible with most finishes. If you have an old house blessed with artful millwork, you can always breathe new life into it with proper cleaning or refinishing methods.