how to remove oil-based paint from concrete - absorbent material
Base paint is beautiful and durable-—
It's hard to remove.
Whether you want to strip the stain or the painted cement back to the bare concrete to re-paint or stain, you need to put some hard work into removing the oil stainbased paint.
The most important thing is that you have to wear complete protective gear
Especially respirator, goggles and gloves.
Apply as much wet paint as possible with a towel without applying or rubbing.
Apply the absorbent material on the remaining wet paint
With crushed sawdust
Clay kitten litter or commercial products purchased from home improvement stores.
Let it stay overnight and sweep it up.
Allow any remaining paint to dry for at least 3 days and then follow the steps below to dry.
Remove stains by mixing paint remover with absorbent material to make a cream paste.
Apply on the stain and let it sit for 20 to 30 minutes.
Scrape it with a scraper.
Sprinkle a grinding cleaner on the stain and scrub thoroughly with a nylon brush.
Rinse the stain with a high pressure washer.
Put on all your protective gear.
Mix the paint remover containing chlorhexyl chloride with the absorbing material and disperse it on a small area at a time.
Let it sit for 20 to 30 minutes.
Scrape the paste and dry the paint.
Continue to the next area, repeat until the entire cement area is paintedfree.
Go back to where you started, scrub with a grinding cleanser and a nylon brush.
Don't rinse until you scrub the entire area.
Rinse the entire area once using a high pressure washer.
If this does not remove the paint, please call the professional to make it sandblasted.