paint remover


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paint remover

slang Very strong alcohol, especially that which is very unpleasant or of very poor quality. Ugh, what's this horrible paint remover we're drinking? Couldn't you have ponied up the dough for something just a little bit nicer? Up this far north, the only booze we get is paint remover. Does the trick though!
See also: paint

paint remover

n. strong or inferior whiskey or other spirits. What do you call that paint remover anyway? It sure is powerful.
See also: paint
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Using reformulated paint remover to rehab wooden furniture makes ecological as well as economic sense: you can keep beautiful old pieces in circulation, take a breather from high-powered consumerism, and help in a small way to save trees and prevent smog.
To strip the wood, you need wax remover or paint remover (also effective on varnish), a scraper, a squeegee, and cotton rags.
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DIY expert Donny Sheridan answers your problems QSOME time ago you suggested using Strip Away paint remover to remove paint from doors.
Some time ago, you suggested using paint remover to remove paint from doors.
An electric paint remover, which contains a heating element similar to an electric appliance, is placed on the coated surface and pulled along slowly.
If old varnish or paint is starting to flake or split, it may be worth stripping it with a chemical paint remover so you can apply a new top coat.
With a stained radiator, you first need to use paint remover to get the radiator back to its original state.
It was used as an orchard spray and rust remover, and mixed with cornstarch, as paint remover. It was poured down rat holes.
Paint remover turned it into a gloopy mess but worked to a certain degree by scraping it off.
A Use Strip Away paint remover. It is a fantastic product.
Trevor Collins AREMOVE any algae from the painted surface then use PeelAway 7 paint remover. Spread the ready-mixed paste over the surface and lay the special paper over, allowing the paste to reach into the corners.
I tried paint remover, but it didn't take off the stains.
Scrape it from the stone and apply paint remover. If you still have the original paint, call the manufacturer and ask their advice on removing it.