The first step was to remove all the flaky old paint off the slides. This was to ensure that our paint job would last much longer than the previous one.
At first we concentrated all on one slide, and noticed fast that one coat of paint would be simple to sand off, but it turns out that there wasn't just one coat of paint - there were SEVEN! Since it would take us more than 40 hourse just to sand away the paint off of one slide, let alone the countless of other slides still to be done. We had a hell of a job in front of us. But we did not buckle; in fact we gladly introduced the slide to our friend and enemy Nitro Mors, the paint stripper. Nitros Mors ensured that the paint could be scraped off easier (still not as easy as we had hoped). By the end of the day our bodies were aching and our faces resembled that of a worrier - not that of young students.
Even though the the pain stripper decided to end up in our pants, hair and face, everywhere just to enjoy a meal of our divine skin, one positive thing did, however, come out of this backbreaking activity. Sharon, one of our hard working companies, noticed that our friend Nitos Mors does not only act as a paint remover - it can be used as an excellent hair removal agent. Who knew?