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OT: Removing Enamel Paint


Hi! All
  I was reading everyones messages about Iris Tags.  One person asked 
about removing enamel paint.  There is a product called 'OOPS' sold 
at Lowes in a 16oz tin for under $3.  'OOPS' takes off several hard 
to remove items.  Such as perminant marker, old dry paint, bumper 
sticker glue and more.  It has an order that should be well vented, 
but it is not harsh on your hands.
Lucy Harris  zone 8a - Coastal North Carolina  


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