pplease recommend stripping product for floors?
In the next month we will be refinishing the original pine or fir floors in our house. A lot of it is worn completely bare (we will sand lightly) and around the edges it has old paint and some kind of old wood finish.
I was looking at Soy-Gel (from the Real Milk Paint Co) because it's not supposed to have any fumes and we could strip the floor bit by bit *before* we pack the kids off to Nana's for the weekend, move out all the furniture, sand and shellac. But that stuff is expensive. I was wondering if there's a less expensive product I can get somewhere like Lowes or Home Depot that will allow us to remove the old finish without noxious fumes -- we don't have the option of closing off our main room for all the time that we're using the stripping product. (We can put fans in the windows for ventilation, though.)