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    Tony i use the same stuff works great on paint then i power wash it off . It won't get it all so i use the same brand in a rattle can an power wash agian. I will post some pics tonight of the plastics i used it on

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    i tried the aircraft stripper first an it did not even bubble. this was some tough paint, till i used the clean strip !

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    Quote Originally Posted by thesmith87250r View Post
    i tried the aircraft stripper first an it did not even bubble. this was some tough paint, till i used the clean strip !
    The good plastic paint is a 3 step process with a flexing agent. I noticed there was a gallon of clean strip that came with a spray bottle. That would work instead of using the rattle can.
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