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Old 05-04-2007, 12:08 AM   #11
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I wouldn't recommend the lacquer thinner for the faint of heart. It can be really tough on paint and is very tedious work.
not true, it wont harm Clearcoat, unless it was at one time repainted with some realy crappy clear at one time in its life. like i have said before, many many of the jobs i do at work have one thing or another washed off with Laquer thinners.
I guess I learn something new more often than I expect to. I was going off what my Grandpa passed along to my dad (Grandpa ran a body shop for 20 yrs in SD back in the late 40'* through the late 60'*).
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well back then it would deffinetly screw the paint up hardcore
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GOO GONE IS MAGIC... I love it, it works on anything.. and smells great too
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I guess I learn something new more often than I expect to. I was going off what my Grandpa passed along to my dad (Grandpa ran a body shop for 20 yrs in SD back in the late 40'* through the late 60'*).
The name "lacquer thinner" is the key there. Back when your grandpa was in a bodyshop they used lacquer paints.
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If I remember right, Liquid Glass recommends using laquer thinner to remove it (as if I ever would!!). I too would fall into the "too scared to try it" crowd. I would definitely second the votes for "Goo-Gone" and "Goof-Off" though.
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