Posting here for traffic. I'm trying to strip the crappy paint job off some decorative metal table legs that have a bumpy irregular surface. (Can't be sanded). I want to bring the metal details to life again. I'm working in the garden in an area of deep shade. I thought today would be the perfect day but I'm literally watching the Nitromors evaporate before my eyes! Can it really be too warm to do this task? I can't see any information online yet..
I wouldn't bother with the stuff. I've used it to strip gloss paint off Victorian fireplaces. In the past, you'd literally see it working. After they changed the formula, it was useless. I can see why they had to change it, but, unfortunately, the changes they made rendered it hopeless
I’m not surprised the formula has been changed. Whenever I used it years ago, I always got flu symptoms afterwards, although I didn’t make the connection until it had happened a few times. If I used it indoors, even with doors and windows open for ventilation, it turned the gas fire flames a beautiful green colour ?.