Greetings, I'm with the great advice of the above two members, but for a high-use object (especially steel), I'd use alkyd-based materials ONLY. G...
attntodetailMember since 04/08/01
Hey Jgonzo, sorry for your dilemma. First, there is no way in you know where, that anyone is going to be able to determine how many coats of paint...
Razor blade??????????????? On leather? Good grief.I'd try a citrus based paint stripper first, but apply it conservatively to a part of the shoe ...
Hey there working girl. I kind of agree with the Iceman if you wish to take it off negatively, but I prefer skimcoating the surface. If you've ne...
Hey Noprat, I've done it in my own home, but if I were to contract a job like that, it'd be a case by case OR a room by room basis. It has to be b...
Hey Stoppa, not a bad plan, but if your urethane is turning the surface a shade of yellow, then I'm guessing it's oil-based? If I'm correct, then ...
I agree with all the other posts, but I'd even take it a step further and notify the Better Business Bureau, as well as pro-paint stores (ie Sher W...
Hey pntr, granted your project was actually completed almost 2 months ago, but I'll say my peace, for your info.Like many posts above, I almost alw...
Greetings Jim. I've ran into this problem many times in the past and the first thing a person needs to do, regardless of whether they're thinking ...
Greetings Alise. I totally agree with Lawrence verbatim. I was also told that warm vinegar with water works pretty well as an alternative to DIF,...
Tell you what Abba, I'd complain to the lanlord because if the paint is peeling, chances are there is something behind all that paint that is makin...