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oldhome X2

07:52AM | 06/17/02
Member Since: 06/16/02
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Has anyone used Ready Strip paint remover, or any of the other paint removers from Nature's Best? It seems like they are similar to Peel-Away, but less caustic and maybe easier to use, as no paper is required.

adam2002

06:36PM | 06/25/02
Member Since: 06/24/02
1 lifetime posts
i have used it and it works only if you have 1 coat of paint otherwise you have to do it 2 times - i dont know f you heard from a company called rockmiracle but on other sites there seem to be a lot of talk about it that it is very good research it

HandymanPro

10:48PM | 04/12/10
Member Since: 03/04/10
2 lifetime posts
There is a relatively new product that performs as good as Peel Away Paint Remover but is a "green product" and biodegradeable. It is not caustic and does not require the Peel Away Paint Remover Paper.

Smart Strip Paint Remover is available in both a paste and an aerosol. My wife loved the simplicity of the Smart Strip Aerosol.

The best prices on line are at SmartStripPaint.com and PaintRemover.com . I found this promtion discount code "SALE10" and used it on PaintRemover.com to get an additional 10% off.

HandymanPro
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5slb6

06:19PM | 04/14/10
Member Since: 07/28/02
1358 lifetime posts
This product is good and it is made my the same company that makes the Peel Away (Dumond Chemical) line of removers. You also don't have to neutralize like you do with Peel Away 1.
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