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Re: polyurethane

Posted By: Maureen Atkinson <woodgoods@netzero.com> (cache04.nyc.untd.com)
Date: 8/4/4 07:33

In Response To: Re: polyurethane (James Schooley)

If you use a methylene chloride paste type stripper, or any stripper for that matter, protect yourself!!! Meth-chlor is highly caustic. Use chemical gloves and a chemical mask. Do not let this stuff absorb into your skin, or breath the fumes. If you go to Lowes and read the cans, there are strippers that will work. If the piece has no veneer, use a power washer to remove stripper and blast it off. If you are not sure, take it to a professional refinisher that has a dipping tank with meth-clor to strip it for you.

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