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New guy here! I am restoring a 72 Ford Capri. It has about three different colors and coats of paint. I want to strip all and shoot one nice even color of black epoxy primer. I don't have access to sand blasting nor can I afford it. I have used aircraft stripper before and if I have to, I will again. Has anyone used any other type of chemical stripper that is not as nasty as methylene chloride? Anyone tried one of the citrus strippers?

My main concern is after the paint is stripped, what do I need to wash the metal with that will definatey wash away any stripper residue? As soon as water dries, you can see faint rust almost immediately. Then what are you suppose to do?
 
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