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    Paint stripper question

    I bought some Jasco paint remover that does not work. It’s the new non Methylene Chloride formula. Is it possible to buy Methylene Chloride separately and add it to this stripper to emulate the old formula? Thanks!

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    Join Date
    Mar 2003
    SE PA - Central Bucks County
    Even if you can get it, no way would you want to add it to something already formulated. There could be a nasty reaction. Most likely, they didn't just take the Methylene Chloride out...they made a whole new product using a different set of components.

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    Join Date
    Feb 2003
    McKinney, TX
    One thing that may help is to apply it generously then cover with a cheap plastic drop cloth and leave it over night.
    Steve Jenkins, McKinney, TX. 469 742-9694
    Always use the word "impossible" with extreme caution

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    Join Date
    Nov 2013
    Crozet, VA
    This is one area where I personally feel it’s best left to professionals that specialize in stripping and have access to commercial-level chemicals. I can appreciate wanting to go the DIY route and have done that myself in the past. However, paying a reputable furniture stripper/refinisher is worth every dime in my book.
    There is a very fine line between “hobby” and “mental illness.” - Dave Barry

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    Well, I may have to try formulating my own paint stripper. This new formula doesn’t work.
    I do not like stripping paint, that’s why I like the methylene chloride formula. It’s fast and I can be done in an hour. The new formula take multiple applications.

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