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Old 08-03-12, 07:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Grand Bois View Post
There's nothing special about Aircraft stripper. It's just a brand name. I have always used Jasco because it's sold everywhere around here.
That is not universal, "aircraft" paint stripper is safe for aluminum, not all are. A number of makers make "aircraft" stripper.
On powdercoat, fresh stripper and wrapping the slathered tubes with saran wrap keeps the useful nasties doing their job.
Use the right gloves, protect yourself, use a respirator and have a bucket of clear water and rag at hand should it splatter on you.
Stripper on skin is no good.
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