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09-21-2006 11:20 PM #1
09-22-2006 06:33 PM #2
3M sells a stripe eraser that you run in a drill..
that does a reasonable job. You can use 3M weatherstripping/adhesive remover to get the last bit. Many times you'll see that the paint has faded around the stripped ares.
Painted stripes can be removed with paint thinner, but while the color is gone, I've seen a "build-up" left behind, when viewed at just the right angle!
09-22-2006 11:52 PM #3
09-23-2006 11:59 AM #4
Use an Eraser Wheel (Wurth P/T # 058591) 3.5-inch x 5/8-inch eraser wheel fits on (a slow speed, 3,500) machine and will remove decals, pin striping or adhesive without harming the paint surface Install an arbor and attach to drill, before first use ‘roughen’ the wheel on a clean surface (i.e. workbench)
Do not leave on one area for extended period as this may cause paint burning due to friction heat, observe running direction (opposite to working direction)
Painted pinstripes are usually sign painters enamel, to remove use mineral spirits on a towel and rub lightly. The stripe will start to be removed. Use mineral spirits sparingly and lightly rub the surface; otherwise there is a risk of marring the surface.
10-13-2006 02:28 PM #5
10-16-2006 07:20 PM #6
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