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Old 03-24-2012, 10:23 PM   #1
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Making progess removing coating from trunk

I am using stripper to remove the black coating from trunk. After I am using wire wheel to clean remaining remnant of paint. Slow process but will pay off in the end.
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Old 03-26-2012, 08:34 AM   #2
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Hey, what type of stripping product are u using? And how is it working out? I plan on doing my trunk next winter.
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Used a quart of Klean -Strip KS3 from Home Depot. Bought a small scraper and cut it down to about 2 inch length.


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Nice, I'll check it out at home depot. I didn't think about using a stripper. I was just going to go bananas with a grinder and metal brush! Lol. After I do my trunk I think I'm going to spray on some type of rubberized paint. Give it a nice smooth finish. How do u plan on finishing your surface?
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I am using POR 15. I also bought their cleaner and etching fluid prior to applying the POR 15. I think you could use a number of things as long as the prep is completed. I think I will use the sound deadening spray on interior floors and walls. I bought a cheap divider for the backseat. It is the piece separates trunk from interior. I am using for a template and make a metal divider Then I can use sound deadened on it rather than cheap Masonite or cardboard they sell.
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Old 03-26-2012, 08:56 PM   #6
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Very good! I just checked it out in their site and on YouTube. Kind of what I want as a finish. I guess I would use the chassis coat black. Thanks for your input. Post your Picts.
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