Originally Posted by 99mustang99
I have a shop i can go to with a sand blaster, but would that just be to extreme?
No, just don't use anything to abrasive for no reason rather than taking the old paint off. Walnut shells are what I use for removing paint and cleaning up parts. sometimes you can get away with baking soda.
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