June 25 - June 29, 2018

Methylene chloride paint strippers are being phased out by some companies and retailers ahead of an anticipated partial ban by the EPA. Should they be done away with entirely?


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No. With proper protection they can be used safely, and they're more effective than other chemical stripping agents. 63%
Yes. These products are dangerous and should not be sold or used. 37%
Other (please explain in the comments section). 0%


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Tagged categories: Chemical stripping; Health & Safety; Methylene chloride; Surface preparation
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