Scraper blade. It's a hardened piece of steel that you put a burr on one edge of. Done correctly, which isn't too difficult, it will take a nice fine shaving off. DON'T just use a cheap paint scraper from Home Depot though. Scraper blades are cheap. The trick is putting a burr on it. It takes a little practice, but I learned it in about 15 to 20 minutes. I use them all the time. And best of all, no dust. Look under scraping on the woodowrking portion of www.leevalley.com
Also, using a stripper will probably tak off the residue, but the wood itself will probably be discolored where the residue was. Scraping will provide a clean, even surface of fresh wood.