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Old 07-05-2010, 11:30 AM
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Clearcoat Stripper

If I use Klean-Strip Aircraft Remover on the clearcoat on my Aluminum wheels will it remove the black stuff in the pictures that I attached? I am having a really hard time sanding that stuff out. How much stripper will I need to strip (4) 16" wheels, a quart or gallon?

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Looks to me more like pitting than anything..i suppose you could get a quart of stripper and try it as it probably will not hurt anything to give it a try..

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corrosion pitting is exactly what that is and stripper isnt going to remove it. You need to sand with a more aggressive grit to sand past that and work your way to finer grit before polishing.
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