How to Remove Paint from Fiberglass?

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To remove a paint from a fibreglass, apply the paint remover on a fibreglass surface and let it soften and become loose. However, do not let it stay long it can damage it. Scrape the paint off with a knife then scrub any stripper remnant off by use of rag with denatured alcohol.
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The Best Way to Remove Paint From Fiberglass
Removing paint from fiberglass can be a difficult task, as you want to remove the top layer of paint without damaging the fiberglass finish underneath. Sanding is the best way to remove paint when you're looking to cover with a new coat of paint, while... More »
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Paint can safely and easily be removed from any fiberglass surface just by using the right paint stripper. A methylene chloride stripper is the best choice, because it will remove the paint successfully without damaging the fiberglass underneath. You can find more information at www.paintremoval.com
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