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lead paint removal

Posted by bill collins on July 20th, 1998 07:54 PM
In reply to Home restoration by Bill Kurple on April 26th, 1998 01:13 PM [Go to top of thread]

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> Paint Removal by dmasher on 11/08/2004

If it appears that all the exterior paint should be removed because of its failer condition, then a method of removal that will produce the least amount of dust is the most practical from the health standpoint as well as the legal. Were the neighbors to have their kids blood tested for lead while your project was underway....lookout! One of the best alternatives is chemical removal. Check the WEB or OLD HOUSE JOURNAL or your local Sherwin-Williams store. They usually have a tech-rep who can advise you. I have done just that, as I am about to tackle a similar project.

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