Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
I purchased a very cheap Coffee hand grinder. Someone had previously painted the wooden housing with a blue spray paint, and some of the paint got onto the iron grinding mechanism inside. I can unscrew the grinder from the box, and would like to know how I would get this off of the iron?
You can burn it off as well....WD 40 may leave a residue and effect the taste of the coffee if you intend to grind with it.If the part is removable, and is all irom you can burn off the paint. I would reccommend MEK and steel wool as well. MEK ( or Methyl Ethyl Ketone) is an agressive solvent available at hardware and paint stores. It leaves a slight residue but breaks up most paints well. Use a rough steel wool grade like single zero grade.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
Try using WD-40 - no kidding! It works wonders for removing spray paint depending on the type and how long it's been on.
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