The doors and baseboards of my 118yr-old home have many layers of paint on them, which looks clumpy and contributes to friction while closing doors. This is ugly and annoying, not to mention the lead risk. In Denver there used to be a place called "dip and strip" where you could bring doors and other wood to be submerged in a vat of stripping chemicals. Given the number of doors I'm dealing with, that option sounds a whole lot easier (and safer) than removing layers of paint painstakingly one door at a time.
Any other ideas welcome as well!
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