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Does ELO hurt metal?

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I'm finally ready to try stripping paint. I plan to buy some ELO at the hobby shop this coming week.

One of the first things I need to strip is a project that I had been working on that was fairly detailed, Not Super Detailed but more then I usually put.

But, I painted it today and it's one of the worst paint jobs I've laid down all year. So, I'm going to try and strip it.

I made metal hinges for the opened trunk, and I am afraid I will dissolve them. I don't want to do that. I'd rather sand the entire body first.

Thanks in advance!!

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I quote from my can, "ELO has been made to work safely on most plastics and metals."

Does that answer your question Billy?

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