Aircraft paint stripper on Tank?!?!
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    Registered User Array evo-blade's Avatar
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    Aircraft paint stripper on Tank?!?!

    I need to repaint my tank.... just wondering if anyone has had any results using the aircraft quality paint stripper from Lordco to do this?!?!? Any input is appreciated..


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    Brand line is called Mar-hyd (sp?) .... make sure you have the right respiratory gear... very dangerous stuff.

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    and gloves man, stuff burns bad

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    Yeah I've used " aircraft coating remover" , i think thats what its called, comes in a black spray can , i think the brand is Mar Hyde.
    I used it to strip layers upon layers of paint off my old CB400 and it did a great job. Can be bought at Lordco or KMS Tools.
    Definetely wear safety goggles, rubber/latex gloves and prefferably dont breath it in( use a proper mask, or just hold your breath-spray-run-breathe)
    The shit works great but its nasty

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    using it as we speak! its working great on the edge of my rims, but the cast part is not doing shit all! it just won't make it bubble...


    how did you make it work evo-blade
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    Hey Neo.. my rims where used.. and didn't have much of a clearcoat on it.. i had to use 2 cans to remove all the paint... It was pretty easy on the rim... I sprayed.. waited 15 min.. then hosed it off... I'm not too sure if it'll work on my tank tho.. since it's clearcoated....

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