How to strip gloss paint with minimal mess and effort

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Apply by brush or flat bladed tool, ensuring a generous, even coverage of at least 1mm thick layer.

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Leave until product has dried to a crust (approx. 6 hours). Alternatively, the product can be left overnight. When fully dry, remove the crust together with the paint residues with a stiff brush or stripping knife.

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Use water to clean surface, or white spirit to avoid raising the grain of wood.

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Collect waste and dispose of safely.

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Should any paint remain, repeat the process.

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