Emulsion paints last on a very large number of substrates, not just wallpaper and plastered walls. Even on a wooden surface, you can anchor yourself very firmly, but unfortunately they do not look very good. For wood fits better corresponding paint or, even better, a natural oil or hard oil wax. But how can the emulsion paint be removed from the wood? Ab Remove emulsion paint: is that possible?
Stripping is certainly not the finest method to get the wood clean, because it always foul-smelling pollutants get into the air, which are very disturbing especially indoors. So equip yourself with a respiratory protection and ventilate well!
Obtain a special paint strippers, but beware: there are different effective products designed for different paints! When shopping, it would be best if you knew what color you want to pickle exactly.
However, we recommend choosing a mechanical way to remove the emulsion paint from the wood. Although this is also associated with some dirt, but at least it is pollutant-free.
Removing emulsion paint mechanically from wood
Several options are available for mechanical or physical removal, which we present in a concise manner below: