Cabinets have 3 layers of paint on them - easiest way to strip them?
Ann|The Apple Street Cottage on Jun 25, 2018Personally, I like Citristrip. It's less harsh and does a good job. Good luck with your project, Christine!Helpful Reply
Dfm on Jun 25, 2018Citristrip hands down. Used it for years...a friend suggested it to be a few yrs back..he did commercial refinishing.Helpful Reply
Lina Splichal on Jun 25, 2018Gather old newspapers for removal of the final layer. When it is saturated you can just throw it away.Helpful Reply
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