i live in a converted factory loft in brooklyn. the loft's concrete pillars and ceilings were not entirely stripped of layers of paint. because the layers of paint have created a thick coating, a small, handheld paint tool simply won't live up to the task.
can anyone recommend an inexpensive, power tool that will quickly (or easily) buff away/sand/remove the paint layer? much of the paint layer is already cracked and small chips of paint continue to fall off.
help! i just to be able to repaint what could be a gorgeous room.
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