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paint removal

Posted by Dan Sanandrea on December 26th, 1997 09:57 PM
In reply to Baffling Paint Removal Problem by Dan Sarandrea on December 20th, 1997 11:53 PM [Go to top of thread]

not necessary to remove the old finish. Use a deglosser to soften the old paint layer and it will accept the new finish and provide adequate adhesion. Deglosser costs about 10 bucks a gallon and can be obtained from any hardware store.

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