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Any kind of dramatic changes to wood colors need to be carefully processed to both guarantee the wood’s natural preservation and prevent any obstruction from the previous color. If you insist on the quick way, then primer will help you, but if you care as much as I do about starting fresh with even coats, then you’ll want the best paint stripper for wood.
Over time, the previous paint job could be weathered, lead based, or been botched from the beginning, any of which would indicate a serious do-over. The only way to start from scratch is by removing that previous paint job, and perhaps sanding it down a bit if need be. The end result is always a more uniformed, polished, and finished look.
However, depending on several variables, (type of wood, base of the stripping solution, amount of time it’s left on the wood, and the method of removal) removing paint from wood can be a HUGE pain. This article will provide additional insight on how the process should properly be done given any specific situation so that it won’t need to be repeated.[Continue reading] about Best Paint Stripper For Wood