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stripping camo finish

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I was wondering,what's the easiest way to strip the invelvet camo off of a general? Outside of sand blasting, is there another way to do it. I want to try and do it myself so any practical ideas would be very helpful.I'm going to have it powdercoated or maybe duracoated and it's alot cheaper if I strip it myself.Thanks
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I met a guy at Gander Mt. one time that used just a regular paint furniture stripper and it worked great. He just put it on his riser for a few minutes and then rinsed it and all the camo came off. If you are going to use this approach I would make sure to read the can to see if it's safe on aluminum and do it in a well ventilated area. I have had a few bike frames dipped in chemical baths as well that was very cheep and did a super job, its worth checking out as well.
 

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any bug spray with deet in it works i found this out the hard way
 
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