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- 04-16-13 03:53 AM #1Cadillac Owners Member
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Any one use liquid paint stripper? Like air craft strength pros/cons? Heard it works great but not very forgiving on skin and other parts.
- 04-16-13 02:33 PM #2
I have used "Aircraft" stripper in the aerosol cans. The stuff WORKS, but do not get it on your skin. I have used it a few times. I had an aluminum intake plenum that had a factory powder coating on it. I then painted over that with duplicolor engine paint. Sometime later I decided to polish the plenum and had to remove all the paint. Over the course of half an hour I used the stripper and a chemical resistant plastic spatula and removed all of it. It had no problem taking the powder coating off. Wear some serious gloves, and try to be careful
- 04-17-13 03:01 AM #3
Yeah heard its not good on the skin, or anything that it touches that you dont want it too... The stuff you got came in a aerosol can tho? The stuff im thinking about you brush it on. Pry the same stuff just different forms. But thanks alot for the info!
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