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Old 02-06-2013, 10:25 AM   #21
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My favored method: TSP, warm water and sponge. Give the TSP solution time to work & keep it damp. Wear gloves! TSP will cause eczema over time. When the TSP has softened the paste it should be a cinch to strip.
Any good paint or hardware store carries TSP.
That explains the red rash-like area between my forefinger and thumb that would sometimes get irritated.
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Old 02-06-2013, 10:50 AM   #22
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That explains the red rash-like area between my forefinger and thumb that would sometimes get irritated.
WHERE GLOVES!!

It can get a lot worse and can take quite a long time to heal (if Ever) A strong vitamin E cream and don't use it again with out gloves. I did a fair amount of damage early on and some 15 years later it calmed down but still flares of now and then.

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