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what would be the best way to remove a 24 year old pinstripe without sanding it off
 

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leave it
 

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peel it with your fingernail. or if your daring take a razor blade to it. with a blade... ..be careful..
 

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is this painted on or a decal
 

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There's a "pencil eraser" attachement you can get at a body supply shop. Just throw it in the chuck of yer favorite drill and go to town. Just be careful of trim and fender edges etc., any irregularities will destroy it.
There's always better living through chemicals--- adhesive remover and elbow grease.
 

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There's a "pencil eraser" attachement you can get at a body supply shop. Just throw it in the chuck of yer favorite drill and go to town. Just be careful of trim and fender edges etc., any irregularities will destroy it.
There's always better living through chemicals--- adhesive remover and elbow grease.
those work real well on todays bc/cc painted vehicles. on white vehicles use it at a very low speed, most of the eraser wheels are tan colored and can stain the cc on white vehicles. you'd have to sand and buff the white off......

and alot of vehicles in the 80's have single stage paints. those wheels dont like singe stage paints much. ive seen them change the colors of ss paints. either way if you go this route, use a drill that turns at extremely low revs.
 
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