Latest Discussions : Painting

ntxcop

08:35AM | 09/25/07
Member Since: 09/24/07
2 lifetime posts
Help....I have some crown molding that as some pretty intricate designs carved into it...I painted them with white semi-gloss latex paint, and my wife decided she didn't like the color....what should I use to remove this paint...remember it has designs carved into it

Billhart

11:48AM | 09/25/07
Member Since: 04/25/05
1915 lifetime posts
If it just the color that you don't like paint it with a different color.

If you want to use a natural wood finish the you need to use a stripper. AND LOTS AND LOTS OF WORK.

ntxcop

02:19PM | 09/25/07
Member Since: 09/24/07
2 lifetime posts
well.....the paint job isn't that great on the crown molding either..so its kinda gobbed up in a few places, i was thinking about a chemical stripper, but didn't know if it would take all the latex paint off like i wanted...I was going to just buy more, but its $6 per foot, and I have 47 feet of wall to do

hy

06:00AM | 10/17/07
Member Since: 07/11/00
80 lifetime posts
The easiest method of doing your job is using the PEEL AWAY 7 product which will do the job in one application and will keep the natural color of the wood (www.peelaway.coim)




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