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|11-23-2004, 02:25 PM||#2|
Join Date: Mar 2004
I imagine any good paint stripper would work if you left it on long enough.
I highly recommend Klean-Strip brand KS-3 Premium Stripper.
Glob it all over the stock and let it sit for a half hour. Then you will understand the true meaning of krinkle.
The other option is to leave the stock as is and lightly tap it against the ground once or twice. All the paint should fall right off. :P
Just try the Klean-Strip.
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|02-07-2005, 03:55 AM||#4|
Join Date: Apr 2003
Well I finally got around to stripping the stock. Ended up using a product caled BIX "Original Stripper". This stuff is a thick liquid, almost a gel, that you brush on. It comes in a red and white container that you can find in Walmart, Home Depot, etc.
Did the stock in three section. Applied the stripper with a brush and let set for 40-45 minutes. When I came back each section was nicely "bubbled". The stripper cut through the finish and the primer coat. All I ended up doing was washing each section off with water and hitting the nooks and crannies with with some steal wool/brush.
Overall this was allot easier to do than I first anticipated.
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