For those of you who have used citristrip paste, I have a few questions please. I have an old cabinet/drawers, glass door, and a few intricate swirled areas in the wood. I coated it the other day, and the dark varnish (or whatever it is) seemed to come off quite easily for the most part. Problem is, it was much warmer/humid that I thought, and it started to get dark (working outside), so had to stop. Then, it was just too hot the next couple of days. However, I not have some dried on citristrip, and it's as if the dark varnish just spread across the rest of the piece as I was scrapping off the big globs of varnish. So now my question is, how do I get what appears to be dried on citristrip residue off, as well as the dark color that was spread as I scraped? Do I do another complete covering with cirtistrip (there is one area I do need to reappy as I missed it), or would wiping it down completely with mineral spirits remove all the dark residue? Also, how do I go about removing the gunk in the 'swirled/crevices' wood area? I was able to get the stripper down into the areas, but removing it was difficult! Any pointers would be appreciated! Thanks!