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stripping metallic paints

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Any ideas on strippin it off? Tried o clnr..b fluid..amazing brand cleaner. None cleans it off. Even tried sanding with cleaner& fluid. Any advice? Thx for any suggestions. Woody

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If it's Testors One Coat lacquer, I haven't found anything that will take it off without buggering the plastic.

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Bill I've had success removing Testors One Coat paints using Scalecoat.

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91% rubbing alcohol works well for removing Testors One Coat without hurting the plastic.

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Have no idea of what was used on this body. Was given to me by a friend. Had same problem with t bucket & gold touch up paint. Seems as if it burns its way. Even primer under it. Thx for the replys. Woody

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