How Do You Remove Spray Paint From Wood Fence?
Whether you have inherited a fence that has been covered with spray paint, or you accidentally sprayed your wood fence while involved in another project, there are a number of ways to remove it. Untreated wood will weather, so you’ll want to decide first if you need to bring the wood to its natural surface. Think about the end result you want before tackling the job. Sand the wood to bring it down to its natural state. If the spray paint is spotty, you will probably have to sand the entire fence so that it will be even. Wood left untreated will weather and you’ll see there you sanded if you don’t do the whole thing. Use a palm sander or orbital sander if you have a large area to sand. The fence should be stable enough for you to apply pressure and thick enough to withstand the loss of a layer of the wood to the sanding. You also may have to change the paper on the sander more often as the spray paint will clog the rough paper. Use sheets of sandpaper to get paint off inside of posts. P