With the passage of the years and the application of every class of paintings in doors, windows, furniture, etc., our new ironworks have been painting. On many occasions, we put, shotguns, hinges or cranks if they have been spotted until we have taken precautions and even on some occasions we have done so.

Regardless of the reason, it was time to pay off the painting of ironwork and other metallic elements. There are several forms, some more difficult than others.

Boil the metal

This method is no place for dubs It’s the least work I can do and it also offers the best result.

  • The first is to use an pot that you do not want to use again to prepare food.
  • Insert the metal tools into the gold, and then have it covered in its entirety.
  • Add a few bicarbonate bowls or a few drops of dishwashing powder.
  • Let it run for a few hours at a slow speed. The number of hours will depend on the amount of accumulated paint. When the painting is bubbling up and coming off the moment. Draw the pieces together with a pinch.
  • Scrape with a stiff bristle brush to remove the paint that may have fallen off. Don’t wait for the weather to be over, if this happens the process will become more complex.
  • If all the painting has not been eliminated, it is possible that you need to return to cooking.

Scraped off to remove paint

This is an effective method, as we can eliminate any painting or varnish from any painting. You can use sander, the steel wool. You can even use a heavy grain file to pay off the mayor more quickly, and then spend a fine grain to prevent later scratch from being seen.

The drawbacks are various. On the one hand, it is a tedious job that can take quite a while. And on the other hand it is possible that there are areas or areas that are very difficult to access with a file.