Does anyone know if there is a stripper on the market that works or have the tree huggers successfully killed the product. I recently bought two different home center brands that used to work great. Am stripping some furniture for refinishing. Neither brand rose a sign of a blister on the old enamel, just barely softened it enough to allow removal with heavy scraping with a putty knife. The couple hour job ended up taking all day and then some. Kind of expected a bit more @ $55/gallon. Last stripping job I did was my grandson's '59 El Camino about 10 years ago and the cheapest remover blistered and liquified 3 or 4 layers of old auto enamel in one application so it wiped off with a shop towel.