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Got some bits off a machine (flail mower )  I would like to respray but trying to avoid sand blasting and would like some Recommendations for paint strippers that work I believe nitro morss is no good any other heavy duty products thanks In advance 

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1 hour ago, Ratlegs said:

Years ago I got some front pipes for a Triumph T140 they had been painted with heatproof paint, the only thing that would move it was brake fluid

Will need a good wash after

that was a favourite weapon of choice of the ex girlfriend on you car...:lol: 

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When we were doing the house we used something called clingstrip, I think it's been a while, and that was great on house paint. It was like a putty that you stuck on and then covered with cling film. About 24 hours later all the paint down to the wood just fell off.  It did sting a bit if you got it on your skin, like proper nitromors.

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On 28/05/2022 at 09:21, ditchman said:

That was a favourite weapon of choice of the ex girlfriend on you car... 

Yes. Not from experience that way, but I can also vouchsafe that brakefluid strips paint from cars. Very handy when you small fiddly bits that needed stripping but time spent by other means would have been time wasted. Or even large panels too.

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On 28/05/2022 at 09:21, ditchman said:

that was a favourite weapon of choice of the ex girlfriend on you car... 

Thinking about it , I've never owned a car that was worth more than a tin of brake fluid.😁

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