Paint stripper can be used on fiberglass, but it can't be allowed to sit too long or will start to eat through the fiberglass. It is best to look for a mild paint stripper and only leave it on the fiberglass for a few minutes at a time.Continue Reading
Be sure to have all tools and cleaning supplies handy before stripping the paint.
To get paint off of wood, apply a chemical stripper, and scrape off the paint after it has softened. For areas with layers of paint, you may need to apply the remover and scrape it off several times. Be sure to follow all safety precautions.Full Answer >
To strip furniture of stain or paint, apply a chemical stripper, and allow the item to sit as the stripper works. Remove the stain or paint that has pulled away from the wood with a metal scraper.Full Answer >
Strip paint from wood by setting up your work area in a well-ventilated space, putting on old clothes, gloves and a face mask, and then applying a generous amount of chemical paint stripper to the wood with a paintbrush. Scrape the paint off with a metal scraper or steel wool.Full Answer >
The quickest removal of paint from metal involves using a stripper that contains methylene chloride. Environmentally friendly removers do not contain this chemical and take longer to remove the paint. For small metal items that are waterproof, boiling the metal in a solution of baking soda and water is often effective.Full Answer >