Kerosene and plenty of it. After removing all the pitch, wash the car throughly and wax.
You usually cannot without ruining the wall surface. Easier to simply paint over with a good primer, then proceed with finish coat.
Draw your design with a carpenter's pencil.
Oil paint will soak into bricks, therefore it is impossible to remove without degrading the brick.
Why? You can't drain the pool without ruining the liner. If the trim is sun-faded and you want to paint that, ask Benjamin Moore. Be prepared for some expensive paint, though.
you cant without ruining it sorry :( -- well paying someone to do it
you can buy paint that the brushes can be washed out with water.
You can remove paint from a cast iron table without degrading the value by using a special paint remover. It can be done relatively easily.
To roughen a smooth surface, shape a surface, or remove surface contaminants. i.e. to remove paint from a vehicle.
stripping the paint? i do say this is a profanity! B: Ospho
You could remove them from the vehicle, dismount the tires and have the rims sand blasted.
Using a mild remover like Goo Gone will remove most adhesives and residue without harming the paint.
Supposedly it can actually be used to remove vandalism spray paint from your car without hurting the original car paint.
Paint can be difficult to remove. To remove paint from asphalt a person needs to use a variety of paint thinners, depending on the type of paint that has been spilled.
A rag with some Goof Off on it will remove any tape adhesive without damaging your paint. -I've tried it on 3 different popular cars, it works.
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You can remove it with paint thinner.
No. It will no remove paint. Lacquer thinner will, but not effectively if there is a large amount. You will scrub and scrub. You need a thick paste or gel (paint stripper) to remove heavy paint or paint in a large area.
Paint thinner will remove it.
After you paint one, let it dry completely, then put paper tape on the edge of it and paint the other. Then remove the tape.
Ever see the commercials for the 3M Command Strips? Yes, they really do work, and they really are as simple as the commercials claim.
I think,it is completely remove paint and lubricants from metal , easily remove, low expensive
Yes you can use paint thinner to remove the paint on the wood. 2nd Answer: No, paint thinner will not remove paint from anything. Most paint is now water-based, anyway. Paint thinner does just what the names says: It thins oil based paint if the paint is too thick for some reason.
You can use turpentine to remove paint from the leather furniture.
You don't remove it. You have to paint over it.