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#1 posted 01-13-2009 02:58 PM

Thanks for the words everyone. I do like the last suggestion though, except for the stogie part; I’m not much of a smoker. I have an appointment for this morning to get a lead blood test performed.

So you can remove lead base paint safely using a non-toxic stripper and a good respirator? At least that is what I am gathering. I guess the key is to keep the stuff wet so it doesn’t dust up, keep it out of my lungs and off my skin and then properly dispose of it?

Thanks guys…


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