Soak a clean cloth in acetone and rub it over the resin coating if you just applied it and want to remove it. If the resin has already dried this will not work to remove it.
Put on gloves, goggles and a dust mask. Open windows in the room to ventilate your workspace or work outside if possible.
Dip a paintbrush into the paint stripper and brush it over the surface of the wood. Brush with the grain so that there is a thick layer of paint stripper over the entire surface. Use a paintbrush you don't mind throwing away as the paint stripper will ruin it. Use heavy bodied stripper for vertical surfaces and liquid stripper for horizontal surfaces.
Let the paint thinner sit according to manufacturer's instructions. This amount of time will differ depending on the type of paint stripper you use.
Scrape off the resin and plastic paint stripper with a paint scraper. Scrape in the direction of the wood and be careful not to scratch it.