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Old 04-08-2014, 01:09 AM   #1
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sloppy brushed latex over oil strip job


Anybody used the Motsenbocker's on latex? Any good? This crap thick, heavily brushed and dripped latex just gums up the green 3M, (never had that problem before), and this job isn't worth spending the time with a heat gun. Suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Guess I should add, this is on old cabinets with an original finish that appears to be a hard oil, possibly lead based judging by how durable it seems (no problems there, I know how to deal with it).


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