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How to Remove Paint With Baking Soda

by Catherine Lovering
For non-toxic paint removal, try using a solution composed of baking soda and boiling water. Although consistently effective when used with metal hardware such as hinges and doorknobs, it doesn't remove paint on non-metal surfaces like the walls in your home. But it will refresh the look of your wal...

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