On the Job
- Use a spray bottle to dampen the surface before you begin scraping. …
- Use a wire brush or paint scraper to scrape loose, peeling or chipping paint. …
- Place the scraped materials in a garbage bag and seal.
- Mist the surface again and lightly sand the edges of the scraped area to remove all loose paint.
Spray areas of chipped or peeling paint thoroughly with a spray bottle filled with water. The key to removing lead paint is to “work wet,” which reduces the risk of inhaling lead dust. Keep your work area relatively small, approximately two to three feet or so, to ensure that the area you’re working on remains wet at all times. STEP 6
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I remove siding with lead paint on it?
In the course of exterior work, It Is possible you will run Into aluminum siding that has been Installed over lead-painted siding. ... However, if the removal activity could be performed in such a way that does not disturb 20 square feet of painted surface, then the RRP Rule would not apply.”
Is it safe to have lead paint in Your House?
Follow these commonsense steps to keep your home lead-safe and worry-free. Lead poisoning is a serious health problem, especially for kids age 6 and younger, and the primary source of that lead is dust from deteriorating lead paint.