Once the paint comes off the wood remains a bit sticky. How to Remove Paint with Water-based Products. And then peeled back to remove a number of layers of paint. Seal the wood with water-based poly. Take care with metal scrapers when stripping wood so as to avoid scratching or gouging the wood when removing the paint or varnish. An alternative would be the Peelaway 1 for any paints that are over 30 years old or Peelaway 7 for the more modern paints. This is a stripper that will make the paint kind of bubble up so that it can be scrapped off. I have stripped an old library chair It is badly cracked so I put on some Colron wood reviver. The first is to try wiping with some Methylated Spirit or White Spirit to see if this will remove the top and most recent layer, a very small test should be done first and this could potentially remove the under layers also. A good blog here, interesting points made on how to remove paint from wood, enjoyed reading this ! We have a couple of stripper that you could consider, the first is the Peelway 1 and 7 Sample Pack The Peelaway 1 for older paints and the Peelaway 7 for the more modern finishes. Then we can give you the right advice for the job – Kind regards. The final option is a stripper, such as PeelAway Paint Remover, but again, depending on what is on your frames currently, this could also strip that. A test area first will give you an idea of how thick and how long you will need to leave the poultice on for. They are using a heavy duty sander and have tried chemical stripping. Our step-by-step instructional DIY videos and expert advice will give you the confidence for your next project with hands-on learning. I hate it and want to take it off. My husband just painted my hallway, and did a very bad job of getting paint on the door frames, even tho he did use painters tape. Thank you so much! I have an old church pew that is in really bad condition….how is the best way to strip it back to the wood….i think its a varnish thats on. The gel-like substance makes the varnish bubble up to be scraped off with a Filler Knife. I am not familiar with the Colron product, but generally wood revivers have Oxalic Acid in them which should not leave a dark stain or mark, unless you have used with wire wool, but even then it shouldn’t mark. Many thanks. Its a great product for giving a matt coloured finish but in terms of protection is quite minimal. Yes, the Paint Panther Paint and Varnish Remover is most definitely worth a try as it is a far superior product to many others. Peelway 7 on the carvings proved very successful, but not on the uncarved uprights. Reapply the paint stripper to detailed or problem areas Scrub the entire project with nylon brushes or abrasive pads to remove all traces of the old finish and the stripper sludge. I resorted to an industrial sander with very limited success – the varnish immediately clogs up the paper and then melts to form a glass-like surface making it useless. I want to remove the varnish and paint them white. Hi Sam, we have a Potton House built in 1984 which has dark brown beams throughout the house. Also someone said I should have put a shalac sealer on first, I’d appreciate any advice thanks. Hi I have just purchased a relatively modern piece of furniture and want it back to its original form as it has been painted, a lot of the paint has peeled off already, what can I use to take the rest off without damaging what’s underneath please? Then, if the instructions tell you to, wash the stripped item to neutralise the active chemicals. I’d like to stain it so would like to get it cleaned up as best as possible. If you have a look at these and feel free to get back to me if you have any further questions. You could take a look at the Manns Classic Pine Stain its a very versatile stain that can be applied in a number of layers to intensify the colour, or it can be intermixed to create an alternate colour, it can even have water added to lighten the tone if needed. They gave me the answer I expected I’m afraid and that was that they could not recommend anything for use on Asbestos and its a subject that I am unable to advice you on either. This is a poultice that you leave on the area for 24 to 48 hours and then peel off, taking any paint and varnish with it. 1. This is a gel that will make the paint bubble up to be scrapped off. Secondly would I sand between undercoat and paint. I just got myself a Victorian hall chair in an auction and I want to restore the wood finish. Unfortunately paint stripping can be a messy process which ever product you use, and on rare occasions you may need to do 2 applications. All the while being careful not to over scrub the area. Make sure you force the product into any carved, intricate areas. If you don’t give it a chance to dry … They give off fewer fumes than solvent-based paint strippers, are cheaper and tend to work faster. Sanding is best kept for small projects unless you want to hire an industrial sander to remove paint and varnish from your floor. Remove water-based paint drips or stains Water-based paint are quiet easy to remove as compared to other paints. Are black. Can you recommend which products and method would be best suited to what I want to do? ⚛ The information about How To Remove Water Based Paint From Wood Steps To Get Rid Of Paint is completely presented here. It is designed to be used on paints and varnishes that are older then 30 years. I want the new color to be dark blue but still be able to see the wood if that makes a bit of sense! Your best bet will be to strip or sand back all the floors, except the new one so you have bare wood. I don’t know whether to paint them all or to varnish them all. See how you get on with either of those and get back to me if there is anything further that I can help with. Now you can take on more renovation projects with more know-how. Hi we have everything wood stained in our house, I would like to revive it how can I do this. Its quite a simple process as the paint is water based. Thanks. Have a look at those products and if you have any further questions please do let me know. It’s a remarkable product, highly effective and incredibly fast-acting, removing as many as six layers in just five minutes! It revived the grain in some of the wood but has turned the top of one leg dark brown before I stopped. Again a test area should be carried out. If the paint is especially stubborn, you may need to use some Odorless Mineral Spirits to remove it (this may be necessary for an oil-based paint). Would a solvent paint stripper do the job? Hi, I’ve got an oak cabinet which I’ve used paint/ varnish stripper on twice but it now has large black patches which look ingrained. I want to re paint then windows and frames in farrow and ball egshell paint. In 1978, the U.S. federal government banned the sale of lead-based paint on the consumer market. It is a very effective stripper and has some good reviews. I’m looking for some advice about wooden doors. Remove the dust. I have stripped back a window frame using a heat gun and was intending to use a nitromorse equivalent with wire wool to remove the remnants. I stained the rest of the nightstand with a light walnut stain and it looks great but the one drawer when stained does not cover the white specks and divots. Hi KT, I HATE the color and I need to change it. The best way to remove paint from clothing is to attack it the second you get the paint on it. This is a poultice which you leave on that is slightly less messy than the Paint Panther Paint and Varnish Remover. Impossible to sand /scrape – as too fiddly and some of the lovely carving would be destroyed. Please let me know which stripper you used, the type of project you are working on and any further relevant information. It is also worth noting that Peelaway 1 is not recommended for use on Oak or other hard woods as it has been known to stain these woods. I have just got a lovely piece of Chinese rosewood furniture it’s an ornate display unit but it’s been painted with a Matt antique grey paint and I’m wondering how to strip it back to the beautiful coloured wood that you can I side the cupboard! My goal is to stain it to match the rest of the original trim/doors in the house. You’ve stripped it. This would need a top coat product, such as Osmo Polyx Oil or Manns Extra Tough Interior Varnish. Now it’s time to choose your wood finish. Is there a way of removing this without sanding another millimetre off? It could be worth you trying the Peelaway 1 or 7 This is a poultice that you leave on for up to 48 hours. I recently painted cupboard doors. We have stripped an old oak filing cabinet back to bare wood using both a chemical stripper and sanding. Hi there,I would like to remove the heavy paint from the frames inside & outside .it’s a Victorian style house so I believe the paint on it is very old oil based.Can you please let me know what product I should use to take the paint off …. Would really appreciate you advice. We love to see before, during and after photos of any wood finishing project. I would like to uncover the wood but not sure what is best to try – do I go for something like Peelaway? If this is not possible could you advise me of a best option. You can buy paste and gel paint stripping products, which are handy because they’re so thick that they stick to vertical surfaces – perfect if the item you want to strip can’t be moved. I hope that helps and if you have any questions I will be happy to help. Thanks sounds exactly what I am looking for. Removing old paint from wood can be the first step to seeing familiar furniture and surfaces in a new light. Its a difficult situation to rectify, because any removal product that you use will have an effect on the Varnish. How do I get rid of wax – do I need to get rid of it? Dwell time: 30 minutes to 24 hours Removal: Scrape off the paint with a plastic scraper, and use an abrasive pad and mineral spirits to remove any lingering residue. Pleased to hear that you enjoyed our blog post on how to remove paint from wood. I would like a matte or semi matte finish. I am having great difficulty removing it, I’ve even tried nitro mors but it hasn’t touched it. To be perfectly honest I have no idea whether they have been painted or stained but would like to make the lighter. I hope you manage to achieve what you are looking for – Sam, I live in a timber framed terrace built late 1500s which has a lovely curved beam in the bedroom wall. This is a quicker but slightly more messy option. It should be applied thinly and soaks into the surface of the wood, so won’t peel and flake over time, and you can do a maintenance coat when you feel that the wood needs refreshing, although this should not be for a good few years. If you need any advice on what to use feel free to get in touch. It is worth having a look at the Paint Panther Paint and Varnish Remover. If you are still having any issues please do not hesitate to get in touch via email at [email protected] Below are some of the most effective methods of removing paint from wood floors. “Basically, any non-solvent-based cleanser should help,” says Estabrooke. If the furniture has been waxed and the existing wax is in good condition, you should be able to put a fresh coat of wax on top which will bring the piece of furniture back to life, perhaps something like Fiddes Supreme Wax Polish. Heavy sand papers take the paint off, whereas a lighter grade sand paper creates a smooth surface that’s ideal for re-painting. It is a very rough old beam so lots of paint in the cracks and I would be worried about using a scraper I think? But I am still left with a clearly-visible phantom carpet running down the middle of the stairs. Best regards! Step 4 Continue until the stain is gone, without harming fibers. Hi, I have an old chest of drawers that has been painted with gloss paint. As you don’t know what the wood is thought you would need to do test areas as the Peelaway 1 is not suitable for use on Oak/ hardwoods. We also love PeelAway 1 and PeelAway 7, which are both used to restore antiques and items like decorative or carved fireplaces, wooden or plaster coving, cornices and ceiling roses. The intricate armchair bits This is a gel-like product that works within minutes to make the varnish bubble up to be scrapped off. If the wood is particularly dry then it may take more than the guide states and a test area is always recommended. Most paints manufactured before 1960 contain lead, so if you’re stripping something older than that it’s always wise to check. Susan. I hope that helps and if you have any further questions please do get back in touch. Someone gloss painted over pen markings on a doorway marking a childs age/height progress. I don’t have a miracle resolution I am afraid. Its worth trying a couple of things to see what the product is that is on the chair. When all the wax is removed you can continue to scrub with water and a sponge and the paint will come away fairly easily. This is a poultice that you can leave on for 24/48 hours and then peel all the treatment off. Thank you for your inquiry ! Any removal of lead paint may also be subject to Federal and State regulations. This could save time and money in the long run. So the first thing to try is to score the emulsion and then get some steam to it. If you don’t give it a chance to dry … Ideally I would like all the rooms to have the natural wood but I think they wouldn’t match even after paint/varnish removal so this might be unrealistic so I either need to varnish them all or to paint them all. The fumes are so over powering it’s been left in the garage. Is there a solvent/low odour stripper I can put onto boards to get both paint and resin out? Any layers of paint that are over 30 years old and potentially have the old lead based paint wood require the Peelaway 1, whereas the Peelaway 7 is suited to the more modern Paints and Varnishes. We have a staircase that’s painted white but is now peeling off, and looking unsightly Mix equal parts of water and dishwasher detergent in a glass. Thanks. We have a couple of strippers that you could have a look at, that will help to remove the varnish on the table. On the other hand, caustic products usually contain a very strong alkaline which may react with chemicals in the wood resulting in staining or scorching of the wood. The Sample pack is deal for trying a test area first to see if this is the right product for your project. There are also colour options in the Polyx Oil Tints range, which can give a fresh feel to the wood. Hi Sam A little bit of perseverance may be required. What would you seal it with if it will be outdoors under cover? The other alternative is the Paint Panther Paint and Varnish Remover which is a gel like substance that you can leave on for around 5 mins and you will then be able to scrap off the varnish. Cheers. Thanks! Protect the floor with dust sheets or thick newspaper. I have seen the photo thank you. I am not able to get all of the brushed on paint off by scraping. I have a wooden-floored hall (modern pine – bout 1960s build) which used to have lino stuck to it. Reapply denatured alcohol to the white cloth often. A small test area with the Peelaweay 7 first will give you an idea of whether it will completely remove any product from your furniture and how long you will need to leave the poultice on for. You could have a look at the Paint Panther Paint and Varnish Remover to see if this will help. This will remove any dirt or markings that the paint has accumulated, simplifying the rest of the job. This might be sacrilege, but on lacquer and thin or old paint that is very ‘hard set’, I commonly use ordinary steel scrapers and a single edged razor blade to remove it all. Want to paint it now with an acrylic based paint. I’m sorry that I can not give a solution that will not damage the floor, but I hope that it will be minimal – Sam, Hi You can strip any kind of wood, even heavily-carved wood, as long as you use the right products and materials and follow the instructions meticulously, particularly if you want to strip something expensive, rare or precious. It is a poultice that you leave on the surface for 24 – 48 hours, covered with a piece of paper. We’re thinking of using Osmo door oil but would welcome advice on whether this will make the wood a lot darker? I am not sure what the green wood could be, but you are welcome to send in some images to [email protected] for one of our wood finishing experts to have a look at and hopefully we can help you further – Sam. The painting has just been done this week. It’s a good time to be a doer.WEBSITE: https://thd.co/TheHomeDepotSiteFACEBOOK: https://thd.co/TheHomeDepotFacebookTWITTER: https://thd.co/TheHomeDepotTwitterINSTAGRAM: https://thd.co/TheHomeDepotIGPINTEREST: https://thd.co/TheHomeDepotPinterestHow to Remove Paint from Woodhttps://www.youtube.com/user/homedepot For further advice please do not hesitate to get in touch. Hello, Many Thanks -Sam. Many thanks for any advice. I cannot guarantee that either of these will remover the primer but these are very good products for removal and its definitely worth trying them. But this should help you considerably with getting back to bare wood. Paint Panther Paint and Varnish Remover is one option, or you could consider the Peelaway Sample Pack. The Paint Panther is designed to work in a matter of minutes, making the paint bubble up to be scraped off with a Filler Knife. I have used b and q pIt stripper for 2 old Sanding is one of the most common methods, as it … But need the wood to look uniform it colour. There is a small test that you can do which will help to establish the type of seal that you have on the table. I would always recommend a test area first. You can use a plastic putty knife to remove the paint without damaging the surface of the wood floor. Thank you for your inquiry, there are two possible options for stripping, the first is the Paint Panther Paint and Varnish Remover. A good preservative, such as Barrettine Premier Wood Preservative, would be my first recommendation to help protect the wood from mould, mildew and rot. I have an old horse drawn wagon that I am hoping to strip and re-paint. One other possible thing to try is a UV light up against the paint and you may be able to see the markings through the paint and re-mark them? Hope that helps and we would love to see some before and after photos – Sam. The first is Paint Panther Paint and Varnish Remover. Carefully choose what kind of sand paper you need for … thanks in advance It’s a piano room and the shabby look of the floor suits it well. Paint Thinner. Acrylic paint is a fast-drying water-based paint which contains the pigment that is suspended in the emulsion. What should I do to remove the stickiness? How to Get rid of Water-Based Paint from Wood? We have used a paint gun to remove the paint quite easily, with some areas coming up quite sticky. I am mostly just waxing the visible boards with Briwax (it’s a small room which does not have heavy traffic). Any ideas greatly received. I can’t paint over it because the doors won’t close properly. Rinse with a cloth dampened with clear water. If plain water on the rag doesn’t do the trick, progress to a gentle cleanser. There is no easy solution to this as what ever stripper you use it is likely to remover both products. What would you suggest we use to strip the paint just in case gesso is present? they are varnished mahogany and I would like to keep them that way, but when the previous owner has painted the ceiling and walls there are lots of blotchy paint marks on the beams. Paints and varnishes have evolved over the years, so have their formulations and chemical make-up. This product needs to soak into the certain amount and the paint will prevent this. For this reason it’s important I choose the least toxic paint stripper to use indoors. It has ,I think Douglas fir( hardwood) I bought paint remover from cloverdale paints it is called 1820, that did not work. Hi, I am wanting to remove paint/stain from around windows & skirting boards, what products would be better to use than a sander as it is going to be a really big job because i need to do every room in the house?? I have this problem, I bought a antique bed frame. The test area will also show how long the poultice needs to be left on. You want to saturate it but still wring it out to remove excess liquid as you do not want to soak the paint, just clean it. The wood is I think pine, or possibly deal. Test areas are strongly advised as with all products and if you have any other questions please do not hesitate to get in touch. I’ve read conflicting advice online about how to clean it (wipe with cloth and white spirit vs using wire wool and Danish oil to take off the old finish and dirt). What type of paint remover would you recommend for this type of job please? Thanks. I hope you can help with my problem before I end up sanding the whole door away.I was given a partly stripped edwardian interior door as a project,but it is the first time I have tried anything like this.It had been stripped with a heat gun (I know!!!) The lino had to be ripped up cos it tore and over the years the glue has obviously seeped into the bare wood. If this does not work, try White Spirit, but beware that this may strip whatever you have on the frames under the paint. Oh dear, lilac and lime green does not sound like and attractive combination on your beams. In this DIY guide you learn about the various methods of stripping paint and removing paint from surfaces such wood and metal using a variety of paint strippers and techniques such as gel, liquid and paste based paint strippers, eco friendly and non solvent based paint strippers and also how to strip paint using blow torches and heat guns. Use a non-abrasive scouring pad to scrub the area. I will also redo the cushion covering. You have entered an incorrect email address! When most of the paint is gone, remove the hardware from the water and continue scraping with the scraper or a soft-bristle brush. I would strongly recommend a test area first, somewhere inconspicuous, to ensure that there is no adverse reaction or staining to the wood. I’m sorry I could not be more helpful – Sam. But always try a test area first with either product to ensure that you like the finish that you are going to achieve. Depending on how much is there and what the paint is, you can try wiping down with warm soapy water and a Finishing Pad. Feel free to contact us at any time if you ever have any questions about the products we offer. I’ve managed to remove most of it but there are patches left. I hope this helps and please let me know if you have any further questions. This is a quick working stripper that can remove up to 6 layers in about 5 minutes. I have used Citristrip with great success until now. Both PeelAway products are available in a handy PeelAway 1 and 7 Sample Twin Pack, making it easier to test each product to find out which works best for your paint removal project. Water-based paints are commonly used in residential and commercial painting and include both acrylics and latex. We have sample sizes of our Peelaway Products which would be worth trying first. I am using a chemical wood stripper to remove paint off a presently painted wooden floor. I would strongly recommend the sample pack to test which one will work best for you and how long you will need to leave the poultice on for. Test area should show how long you need to leave the poultice on for and sometimes two applications are needed for complete removal. Thank you for your enquiry. Also if you get chance to send some photos of the sewing table, I would love to see, as a collector of a few vintage sewing machines, love to see what people do with the tables. Again a test area would be required. So what is the answer? Just contact our team of wood finishing experts. Thanks for sharing . And as you have used a previous product it would be advisable to carry out a test area to ensure there is no adverse reaction. Hi Do you know of any professional furniture restorers in the Co. Durham area. Both of these products are very good at removing stubborn areas of paint or varnish but you should do a test area first of which ever product you decide to try. The Paint Panther Paint and Varnish Remover is a gel designed to make the paint bubble up so it can be scrapped off, I would try this one first as it is a 5 minute treatment. Once the paint has softened, scrape it off with a plastic or metal scraper. They are usually very gentle on the wood and won’t damage it, which is why they’re used in the antique trade. Or is that likely to damage the wood. Any paint stripper is going to take it back past the paint, i would recommend a manual approach using a filler knife, paint scraper or scotch pad to gently remove the paint from the surface of the wood. Chemical stripping is the best method for stripping carved wood with hard-to-reach, intricate areas, but in reality, you will probably use a combination of mechanical and chemical methods for your project, especially if you have layer-upon-layer of old paint to take off. The only wood that you can use it on is Oak or mahogany as it may stain these, if you have this wood then an alternative product would be the Paint Panther Paint and Varnish Remover. My first recommendation is Paint Panther Paint and Varnish Remover. ? If it is just chalk paint on the tables and no wax then it is likely to wash off with warm water. I recently purchased a bookcase that was covered in paint. You have used a very good product for your door and removal won’t be easy but it is possible. It DIY paint remover technique works in metal hardware. Always try a test are first to ensure that there are no adverse reactions and if you have any further questions or would like some advice on getting a good white finish, feel free to get in touch. I want to remove the black color and stain or dye the legs a darkish blue color to match the chair’s dark grey cover. Both said to start by trying to scrub with water first, or even soapy water. Thank you for your inquiry. I have a bedroom set my parents gave me, it is apporximately 70 years old. Dip a cloth in only the foam and apply. Is that normal? Denatured alcohol evaporates quickly. This worked for all bar one, which has only gone back to what I think is the primer. Now at this point, you could totally prime and paint the wood again. There are a couple of products that you could have a look at but test areas should always be done to ensure there is no adverse reaction and to let you know that the treatment will work for you. I’ve tried stripper (Home Strip, which is non-toxic) and nothing happens – no peeling and can’t scrape it off. Only apply a little to a rag and rub the stain. Bridgit Wallace. Also if you are looking to apply some colour there are some alternatives. Any advice on the best method to remove would be greatly appreciated, or point me in the right direction of a specialist who could do this. Hi there I need to take as much of the paint off as possible. It becomes water resistant when it dries up, and it’s not easy to remove from surfaces. Tip: After removing the stain, consider using bleach to lighten the color and remove water marks. It is likely that you will only need the Peelaway 7 and test areas will show how much and for how long you need to leave it on the area to be striped. Hope this helps. You can as well use a hammer to tap the putty knife in the case of hard paint spots. Thank you so much for sharing this. Don’t soak the wood through with this, you’re far more likely to remove the finish that way. It is easy to apply and to maintain. Hello Samantha, hoping you can help. I hope you manage to get the finish that you want and we would love to see some photos – Many Thanks Sam. “Old Lead Painted Surfaces – A Guide on Repainting and Removal for DIY and Professional Painters and Decorators”. I hope that helps and good luck with your project. Alternatively, visit our wood stripper and remover FAQ page which covers many of our most commonly asked questions. When using sand paper to remove paint, move up and down with the grain of the wood. There are a couple of products that you could have a look at. I hope that you manage to complete your project and I’m sorry I can’t offer an easier solution – Sam. Chemical paint strippers give off fumes, some of which are toxic. We have managed to get all the excess up. A test area will give an idea of which to use and how long you will need to use it for. 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