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Chemical stripping plactic parts??

I have a plastic part that went bad and i want to use a stripper to get back to the surface. Will it work?
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I have no clue wtf you are talking about either.
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Originally Posted by redvtec04
I have a plastic part that went bad and i want to use a stripper to get back to the surface. Will it work?
If the plastic part has been painted and you want to get the paint off. Use Brake fluid. Let it soak over night. It works great.
If you just want to get a "certain" vinyl Protectant "AA" off I would use 1Z Cockpit premium or 1Z Vinyl cleaner. Here is a link to both. Click HERE for 1Z cleaners
I hope this helped.

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just don't use acetone, mmmmkay?
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Originally Posted by redvtec04
I have a plastic part that went bad and i want to use a stripper to get back to the surface. Will it work?
Just explain a bit more what exactly your problem is? Your question is too vague.
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