Many of the paint strippers available in the stores contain potent ingredients that can be harmful to your health. Making your own clean and green paint remover involves a few inexpensive ingredients, such as washing sod... More »

To make homemade interior paint, whisk 1 cup flour with 2 cups water, and boil 1 1/2 cups water. After the water begins to boil, add the flour mixture, and cook it until a smooth paste forms. Slowly add 2 additional cups... More »

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Make an oil paint suitable for painting wood by mixing linseed oil with a powdered pigment and a solvent, such as turpentine or a citrus thinner. Minerals, iron oxides or pigments extracted from plants and insects may gi... More »

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According to Living Space 360, to remove dried gloss paint you need to use a scraper in combination with paint strippers. If the paint is water-based, use methylated spirits. If the paint is oil-based, then use white spi... More »

Caustic, solvent and biochemical strippers are the three types of paint strippers. Caustic strippers are water-based solutions with a PH of either 13 or 14. More »

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To remove spray paint, apply a chemical remover, such as paint thinner, to the sanded surface, scrub with a hard-bristle brush, and rinse with a pressure washer. Spot treat stubborn paint with a chemical remover and a st... More »

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You can make homemade paint using a variety of recipes depending on the type of paint you want to use. One of the most popular is milk paint because it can be used on several surfaces. All you need to make milk paint is ... More »

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