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Re: [T3] paint stuff


Yup, that's the stuff, all right.  I used a whole bunch of it doing my
square.  It has to be fresh and the temperature has to be between 80
and 90 for it to work like that.  Also loosens bondo and fiberglass.
Raises nice welts, too, if you're not careful.  $25-30/gal.

On Wed, 21 Jul 1999 20:03:27 -0600, you wrote:

>I watched a paint pro strip a Pontiac grand Am hood in¸0─tes
>today.  15 of it was waiting for the chemical to work!  If you have a
>straight, or fairly straight panel or car this is the way to go.  It
>took Aircraft  paint remover, a 4 inch wide paint scraper, a brown
>Scotch Brite pad and a hose.  He added the chemical tot he surface,
>waited 15 minutes, scraped, rinsed, quickly went over with SB pad,
>rinsed again and let it sit...
>
>It was fantastic!
>
>Vader
>"Always remember...laziness is the true mother of invention!"
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