How Do You Remove Paint Deep In Grooves Of Wood Floors?
Removing paint deep in grooves of wood floors is not a difficult task but it is time consuming. Sometimes there are drips, a few streaks or a large spill of paint that flows into the grooves of the wood floor. Damage may be limited to one location–maybe a spill in the center of a room or paint only in the grooves around the perimeter of each room where painters failed to cover the floors–or paint may be deep in the grooves over the entire wood floor. It is possible to remove the settled-in paint in either of these situations and doing the job yourself will not only provide immense satisfaction, but beautiful wood floors. Apply regular stripper to the grooves with cheap bristle brushes. This stripper can be the old-fashioned full-strength kind or it can be the more eco-consciousness variety. Brush it in the grooves completely in 1-by-1 foot sections or 2-by-2 foot sections. Follow the directions for the time recommended and set a timer. Immediately when the timer goes off, begin remov