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Old 04-11-2008, 05:27 PM   #11
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maybe willwren will jump in and name the stripper he used.
I'm so close to quoting that in my sig.

Also, I don't think strippers are any good for removing paint unless it'* on a pole.
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maybe willwren will jump in and name the stripper he used.
I'm so close to quoting that in my sig.

Also, I don't think strippers are any good for removing paint unless it'* on a pole.
Her name was Cassie (short for Castrol) and she was super-clean.

Eating the paint off a set of hood vents:
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Overnight was enough for those, but I'd already stripped the OEM GTA paint off them 2 or 3 years ago, and they had nothing but 2 coats of primer-sealer.


Eating the paint off the hood. No way to truly soak this, and I couldn't control the near-freezing temperatures, so I had to use a stiff brush to help it along. The brush alone wouldn't do it, but with the CSC, it did. The hood took about 3 hours. Spray, let it sit for 20 minutes, scuff with a brush, spray, repeat.
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