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Old 09-25-2009, 03:23 PM
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Odd photo from the body shop, paint stripper at work.

This is after one coat of paint stripper, not touched, just one coat and five minutes later, this......





I have seen stripper do odd things but this one just cracked me up.

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Old 09-25-2009, 03:29 PM
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looks like it could use a little tomatoe sauce, garlic and parmesan chez

Cool pic, Brian - - very unusall
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Old 09-25-2009, 04:18 PM
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That is quite different, looks like a easy clean up.
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That has to be really old. Like back before California developed all the EPA rules. Now you can only get that stuff in 3rd world countries, those that want us to keep on adopting stringent rules so they can catch up!!!

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Dang, I was looking for a painted lady and a pole....
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Looks like the paint job its taking off was a cheap variety of paint, or latex, or the topcoat didn't stick to the bottom layer,, easy strip tho,,, bet it don't take the primer coat off as easy,,, didn't even faze that
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did it go clear down to the metal?
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did it go clear down to the metal?
It actually had a very thin (VERY thin) ecoat left.

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question from a novice - - "what's an ecoat?"
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question from a novice - - "what's an ecoat?"
Ecoat is the factory primer over the bare metal in laymans terms.

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