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Can anyone help me please, got quite a lot of masonry paint on my oak effect upvc which I got round to cleaning off tonight...nothing worked and in a mad fit of frustration I used nail varnish remover...removed the paint a treat BUT has also removed the oak colour!! :cb
Well I only had T-cut in the cupboard and at first it seemed to restore the colour but an hour later and it has just gone back to white!

Any ideas????

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ohh dear sounds like you went right through the film coating with the oak effect on. id imagine its time for a new door unfortunately


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Don't panic , you could buy some stick on vinyl covering or special paint for uPVC......you won't need a new door.

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happy handyman wrote:
Don't panic , you could buy some stick on vinyl covering or special paint for uPVC......you won't need a new door.

If you need help finding any products, just reply to this post....


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