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Well, it's just doors, not ladies. :)
Anyway, I am stripping some old doors I got at a reuse center.
I'm using a nice Easy Strip (or something) that causes the first coat to bubble up right away. It's pretty cool.
However, the under coats are a bit softened, but if the stripper dries, I can't get it off. I've been putting more on.
Now, I have parts that are down to the bare wood and some that still have the layers on them.
Can I continue to apply the stripper, layer by layer, or will it damage the bare wood?
What a PIA I've gotten myself into! I thought I'd just sand it off, but the layers defy my 6 different sanders. [sigh] Stripper it is.