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Pealing paint

Posted by Larry Montambault on April 28th, 2000 05:00 PM
In reply to Carefull... by Jim -ATS on April 28th, 2000 11:00 AM [Go to top of thread]

Just some other ideas. I usually use a puddy knife
to scrape off pealing
paint but if you have a tank type vacuum cleaner,
and can reverse the hose so that it blows instead
of suction and use a crevase pointer tool, you
could blow off the paint chips but they fly
around a lot.

The suction can be used to clean up the mess.

The pressure washer will probably work better
but it tends to leave the wood too wet to paint;
which is why I use a puddy knife to scrape the
chips if I intend to paint that same day.

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