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Re: paint stripper/remover help

If things are really bad yes it may be worth using stripper but then you must ensure its cleaned of properly before prep work to repaint

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Re: paint stripper/remover help

Cutting compound,,, go on this first..
You will be amazed how good, a s--t paint job can be sorted/flattened with it

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Re: paint stripper/remover help

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Cutting compound,,, go on this first..
You will be amazed how good, a s--t paint job can be sorted/flattened with it
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Years back helped hand paint an Anglia with Techaloid (SP?) ..... brushed on.
Came up a treat with bit of elbow grease and cutting compound.
If you want to fetch it off for a second go with a decent sprayer, wet and dry will fetch it down quickly and key it for new primer and top coat.
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Re: paint stripper/remover help

Yes compound may work but then it depends on the finish you want ...Other option may be if you can use wet and dry to rub out the runs you may be able to use a cutting compound and mop to polish it back up without painting (use plenty water )

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