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HowToDo Question : How to remove a painting on a piano ?

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PostPosted: 05 Dec 2010 6:31 
Hello I have for you to get a piano but was repeint.Comment do to remove this paint without damaging the original black lacquer? Thanks for your answer
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PostPosted: 05 Dec 2010 8:42 
hello

unfortunately it will be impossible to remove the paint without damaging the paint.

you either sanding but you will automatically sand the lacquer, or you opt for the cleaner. unfortunately it does not stop when arriving at the lake!

but little analysis quickly.

if a piano has been painted is that the lacquer was having problems (stains, scales, stripes.) So in my opinion it was not for nothing.

wait a bit, maybe a visitor will advise you better
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PostPosted: 05 Dec 2010 9:28 
Frmu right. If the piano has been painted (what a horror) is that it should become damaged, or that its former owner had fads.

Try anyway to see if it is a water-based paint or glycerol.
You can make a phone décapex slightly diluted, and once you see this blistering, rinsing the sponge with plenty of water (without drowning everything anyway!)

Perhaps, if the varnish is good, it fits better than the paint, and resists décapex if you do not leave too long.

Try in a discreet corner first (under the keyboard ?)
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PostPosted: 05 Dec 2010 10:31 
hello
as for car bodywork


acetone?

a stain?

made a test in a small inconspicuous corner on a hidden part. Incidentally, if it works proceed to a polishing
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PostPosted: 05 Dec 2010 11:42 
I thank you all for the record essayer.Et the former owner of this piano loves painting all that he falls into their hands. the paint was in perfect condition
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PostPosted: 05 Dec 2010 12:21 
let us know about the results of your tests
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PostPosted: 05 Dec 2010 13:44 
HELLO
It will be difficult to undo this painting piano, made this test, if this is not the responsibility of the cabinetmaker:
Go, in a circular motion, soft silk cloth impregnated with a paste of 1/3 of linseed oil, 1/3 of turpentine and 1/3 of flour, but made no guarantee that essai.Cordialement Jean-Paul
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