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Clean Fireplace Brick: How to Remove Paint PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 June 2010 08:45
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If you have a brick fireplace that has been painted, you can easily remove the old paint. Products based on soy will remove layers of paint without using harsh chemicals or a lot of effort. How to use the product and the supplies you'll need.
Supplies needed:

* Soy Gel stripper (home improvement or paint store)
putty knife *
wire brush *
* In plastics for floors / walls
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Step 1 - Preparation

You want to be sure to remove all items sitting on your chimney. The freeze will affect soybean drywall or plastic items, so use plastic to cover floors and walls around the chimney of her tape. This process is quite messy. After protecting the surrounding areas, you can apply the gel.

Step 2 - Application

Using the applicator supplied with the stripper soy gel, apply it to your brick fireplace. Let stand for 30 minutes. You will see the beginning of the paint to wrinkle. Try it several times by scraping with the putty knife to see if it has all the tricks. When he has all the tricks, remove the remaining paint the brick with the putty knife. If you have multiple layers of paint, you must repeat this procedure to remove all layers. When the paint is removed, you want to clean the pores of the brick.

Step 3 - Clean the pores

To clean the pores of the brick remains of paint, use a wire brush to get him out quickly. It takes a little elbow grease. After they are all clean, make a fire and enjoy your new home, natural brick!

 
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