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Removing Water-Based Paint Solids from Rinse Water

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    • Hi Lisa – Thanks for asking. This process really does remain the best and most effective approach and it has held up quite well over the years. So definitely feel free to rely on it. And if you have any other questions, just ask!

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  1. I’ve called most every garden center in California that I can drive to, they say that they can’t carry hydrogenated lime or aluminum sulfate because FDA forbids it. What other options will work. I don’t want to ruin my pipes or septic. Thank you!

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    • Hello Susan,
      great that you are treating your painting water as well! Yes, this can be done in larger batches and you would simply have to adjust the amounts of lime powder and aluminum sulfate accordingly.

      Best,
      mirjam

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