How To Remove Paint From Cabinet Hardware

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  1. I love the cabinet! I have heard that a crock pot works well too! Amazing how easy it is.

  2. Nan, Odessa, DE says:

    What finish did you uuse?
    What if you wanted to spray these flat black? What paint would you use?
    Thanks for sharing!

    • Shayna says:

      I left the hardware clean. I loved the aged look of the metal. If you were to paint them, you could use spray paint in a flat black. You can find it at your local hardware store. 😀

  3. Kay O'Hanlon says:

    Dear Shayna,
    Where did you get your heart shaped stock pot?
    I want one.

    • Shayna says:

      Hi Kay! My pan is from Walmart. I’ve had it since College, but love it. I believe it’s made by Wearever. 😀

  4. Ellie says:

    Wow, what a time and labor saver! Did you refinish the hardware in any way? They look very black in the photo.

  5. Alicia says:

    Nice tips. Did you repaint them ?

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  7. Donna from Australia says:

    Hi Shayna, what a wonderful simple solution. I’ve been considering replacing some 80 year old window pulls. I’m going to try your method this weekend. Thank You! Donna

  8. Amazing!! I love the finish on them when you were done. We have some old hinges from our farmhouse that I’d like reuse and I’ll have to give this a try. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Robert says:

    I usually avoid paint strippers by removing paint from old hardware using a hot water bath. I think it quite effective.

  10. Dawn says:

    Do you know if this method would work on spray paint? ~ Thank you!

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