Interthane Brightsides - Stripper

Discussion in 'Materials' started by Sam III, Nov 12, 2009.

  1. Sam III
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    Sam III Junior Member

    I have a boat that I am restoring and need to take a look at underlying plywood skins.

    It was painted with Brightside and I need to get it off with as little effort and damage to the underlying materials.

    Any thoughts?

    Sam
     
  2. waikikin
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    waikikin Senior Member

    http://www.peelaway.com.au/peelmain.htm We have been using this on a life boat resto(with lead based paints), doing a great job so long as it goes on thick enough & not too toxic or stinky. All the best from Jeff.
     
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