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RE: Wood/furniture paint stripper



There is an EPA document that may be of use:

Nonprocess Solvent Use in the Furniture Refinishing and Repair   
Industry:Evaluation of Alternative Chemical Strippers

EPA-600/R-96015
February 1996

You may be able to get this through CERI (513) 569-7562 or NTIS (800   
553-6847.

Alternatives evaluated contained NMP, DBE, d-limonene, Dimethyl adipate.



Brian Kavanah
Manager Small Business and Pollution Prevention Programs
Maine Department of Environmental Protection
Station 17
Augusta, ME 04333
(207) 287-6188
(207) 287-2814 FAX
brian.w.kavanah@state.me.us
www.state.me.us/dep



 -----Original Message-----
From: Robert Lanphear [mailto:rlanphear@dtsc.ca.gov]
Sent: Tuesday, October 19, 1999 2:44 PM
To: P2tech@great-lakes.net
Subject: Wood/furniture paint stripper


We are searching for what is currently considered the better
wood/furniture paint strippers that do not contain methylene chloride or
e-methyl pyrrolidone (EMP). So far candidates may be Citristrip, Star 10
and Ready Strip. Are these products effective? Are there others that may
be better? Would appreciate all suggestions.

Bob Lanphear
Western Regional P2
Information Clearinghouse
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P. O. Box 806
Sacramento, CA 95812-0806
800-700-5854
(fx) (916) 327-4494
rlanphear@dtsc.ca.gov