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Paint stripping

Posted by cbrooks_ecostrip (cbrooks@eco-strip.com) on
Thu, Sep 17, 09 at 19:04

Infrared heat for stripping is much safer than a heat gun. Chemicals are pretty goopy. I have heard that the bulbs are fragile so look for one that has shock absorbers. When you are dealing with lead paint, I sure wouldn't try to make my own machine like some guys have. I'd look for one that is tested to be safe and UL approved.


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