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Old 02-09-2009, 01:05 PM  
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I need some ideas on painted wood floors. My floors are oak and they painted with a sprayer white latex all walls and floors. I poured about 3 cans of Jasco premium paint and epoxy remover,suited up and scrapped with ease 99% of it off. Rented a orbital sander for one day and used 60 grit. The floors were put in 48 so there are pits scratches etc.. I need ideas how to get the white paint out of the Grain of the wood. If I wet the floor you can see white down in the grain in spots. Some of this I think is due to the floors varnish/shellac being almost gone when the sprayed the white on the walls. Making the paint penatrate into the wood more. Any suggestions? Was trying to avoid using a drum sander.

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