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Default not your typical paint stripper question... please read

On Sat, 19 Apr 2008 22:28:49 -0700 (PDT), ransley
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On Apr 19, 11:59*pm, "Blaine Whether" wrote:
I have a project actually requiring the reuse of paint AFTER it has been
stripped with a chemical stripper. *The problem I have is that I don't know
how to redissolve the resulting sludge and chips that the stripper produces
back into as close to the original paint as possible. *I realize it wouldn't
be perfect, but how can I thin and dissolve the paint stripper sludge?

Thanks,
Blaine


maybe I read it wrong, you dont REUSE rubbers after sex, you dont
REUSE paint, its ****ed, chemicaly you moron, or go ahead and have
fun you idiot.



"I bought some used paint...it came in the shape of a house."
Stephen Wright
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