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    • Sandra Hellewell

      Chemical-Free Paint Removal in a Slow Cooker — The Family Handyman - Add items that require paint removal to a crock pot filled with hot water and set temp to high and leave overnight. In the morning, the paint should just peel off like a rubber glove!

    • Linda Fraser

      I would use a crockpot liner. How to Remove Paint From Hardware: If you want to strip paint from metal without the nasty fumes and mess of chemical strippers, pull out your slow cooker. A simple hot water soak will soften the paint and it will often fall off as a single piece. Here's what you need to know before you give it a try....

    • Sarah Hennessey

      How to Remove Paint From Hardware - using a crockpot and hot water. Buy a crock pot liner, which can be found at most grocery stores for a couple of dollars.

    • Stacie Goldman

      How to Remove Paint From Hardware - Soak in crock pot of hot water for a few hours, paint should slide right off in most cases.

    • Stephanie Bonilla

      How to Remove Paint From Hardware - use hot water! Strip paint from metal without the nasty fumes and mess of chemical strippers, just fill an old slow cooker with water and set the dial to high. The heat and moisture will soften the paint, and often it will fall off as a single piece. This works on oil, latex and spray paints, but it may not remove some clear finishes like lacquer.

    • Judy R

      How to Remove Paint From Hardware - Article | The Family Handyman Cook in old crockpot. The hot water will loosen and remove most paints. No chemicals!

    • Jackie Rosson

      How to remove paint from hardware. Fill hot water in crockpot and paint will come off. Read for further instructions.

    • Heather Sadowski

      How to Remove Paint From Hardware - I may need this some day. - note to self- crafting crock pot.

    • Cathy Clark

      Painting Tips to remove paint from hardware easily etc...

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