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paint stripper/remover help

looking to get some proper paint stripper as im lazy and dont like using good old elbow grease and sand paper! any recommendations on strong&effective paint stripper?
cheers in advance for any answer and suggestions!

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Re: paint stripper/remover help

Why you want to strip paint? if you strip you still have elbow grease rubbing down and cleaning surface then prime rub down primer possibly fillers as well ...

It is easier to take it apart than to put it back together
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Re: paint stripper/remover help

its actaully for fairings on my motorbike, but id rather ask car people, im not stripping paint of my clio. i dont mind some elbow grease but would like to make the job a little easier.

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Whats the damage you are trying to repair ? is it metal fairings? a cheap palm sander may be ideal .

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Re: paint stripper/remover help

its just rough paintwork from a dodgey spray job. its got runs in it and its even paint and layers ofpaint different colours of paint. everything that could be wrong with them, is wrong. ill look into palm sander cheers.

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