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Thread: Chem strip material

  1. #1
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    Squaw Valley California (around fresno)

    Chem strip material

    I am looking for some chem striper material that will take off powdercating that is too tough for a bead blaster. I am NOT looking for paint on aircraft stripper or jasco type stuff, but the kind that your pour in a poly bucket and pour water on top of it to keep from evaporating. If anyone knows what this stuff is called and or where to get it I would appreciate the info.

  2. #2
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    Nov 2009

    Re: Chem strip material

    What are you trying to remove powdercoating from?

    One method ive used in the past is to heat the surface with a propane torch, it causes the powdercoating to flake right off.

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