Historic Restoration

Historic Restoration

No Methylene Chloride, No Caustics, No Acids, No NMP

In 1862, boards milled on the Flathead Reserve (later “Reservation”) were brought 120 miles by ox cart to finish the Deer Lodge Valley home of trader Johnny Grant. The home later became the headquarters of cattle baron Conrad Kohrs, whose empire included ranges in four states and Canada. The elegantly furnished ranch house, along with 88 other historic structures, can be seen year-round at Grant-Kohrs National Historic Site, Deer Lodge, MT.

The above picture was taken at the heritage preservation project at Grant-Kohrs National Historic Park in Deer Lodge, Montana. In 2001, 139 years of accumulated paint was removed by Star 10 Inc paint stripper. The picture shows the park workers starting the project. The left side is completely stripped of the white paint. Our product is PH neutral and will not damage the wood.

Please visit our new website www.starten.com for more information.

Product used on this project is Star 10 Phase 1 Paste Paint Stripper.

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