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I am trying to help my dad get my grandpa's house ready to sell... During our painting, some paint dripped onto the bricks of the house and I was hoping there is some sort of product to take paint off of it.
 

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goto murrays and buy teal stripper I or II. That shit works amazing!! Don't smell it though haha. Its a gel so won't run away from yah.
 

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laquer thinner works great to with a wirebush or try gas thats takes stuff off to not sure if thats spelled right though
 

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I just used paint stripper from home depot on my fireplace brick and it worked quite well. Spread it on, let it sit for a few minutes and then used steel wool. Then a little sponge and water to clean up the rest. Piece of cake.
 

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Use a paint scraper and chip off the paint without gouging the brick. Or use a stripper. Strippers will leave a film of paint. Then use a chip of the same color brick and rub it in good.
 

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Start with a wire brush or power washer sand blasting stand out as it will refinish the bricks nice and new looking In one spot so if you don't do the hole house I wouldn't

Some bricks are more porous then other so becarfule with Cemicals in one area like sand blasting ...I would start out Small
 
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