could anyone tell me how to strip paint and sealer from a latex mask? I'm new to this site so work with me. ha
Thank you Brianwonko said:I would try warm soapy first, but I've heard citrus based cleaners work too. I've never tried them so can't be sure, but if you do I would wash it with soapy water afterward to be sure it's clean before moving on to painting.
Well I tried soapy water and it is hard to get that paint off! I had some luck stripping it on the forehead, but I'm letting it soak now in the warm water so the paint can loosen. I tried the citrus cleaner, and saw no difference, but I wonder if it's what I'm scrubbing with. What's the best tool to use for scrubbing the paint off without damaging the latex? The best I had was just a scrubber, but still no luck. A wash cloth a scrubby did very little. Is there a harder scrubber I could use? Or is it a long process to remove paint?wonko said:No problem. If you use the citrus cleaner, let me know how it works. I need to strip some paint off and tend to be a bit lazy when it comes to sanding or scrubbing.
I didn't know about PAX paint until know XD i guess I should know how and what to do in case I really need to in the future. I can use pax next time so I know how to do both.ptgreek said:out of curiosity ..why not just repaint it? you could have just pax based the whole thing and started fresh