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Removing Paint from White UPVC

Discussion in 'Windows and Doors' started by imroberts, 8 Jan 2020.

  1. imroberts

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    I've just picked up a used composite door for a garden building.

    The inside of the frame (white UPVC) is covered in paint and I'm not sure how best to remove it.
     
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    Finger nail usually does it.
     
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    is it gloss or emulsion?
     
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    And a match?

    Andy
     
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    Hehe. I thought of elbow grease.
     
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