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Does anyone know what type of product that would remove raddle can paint from a fiberglass top and want damage the fiberglass. I want to Durabak the top of my 78 bronco and want a good base to work with. Thanks
 

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acetone might but i dont know what it will do to fiberglass. i would just sand it down.
 

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get some fiberglass paint remover. I got some at a sherwin williams paint store stuff works like a charm. Best paint remover I have every used. If it is rattle can paint then that stuff will come up super easy. Just use all the pre-cautions on the label cause that stuff will eat you up. Personally I durabaked a truck one time, I'm still not sure if i liked it. The product is great, went on good. But, it is rough and suprisingly not that easy to clean.
 

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Did you use the durabak on the outside or inside. They make smooth or rough texture with a UV protectent. What did you use. I'm going to use the smooth.
 

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I would sand it down....if your going to refinish it, it will need to be sanded anyway. Then put a good sealer on it and finish coat it in whatever you want.
 

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I wouldnt even go through all that trouble. I would just get another top. People are always looking to give one away! :thumbup
 

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I located in springville,al 30 miles northeast of B'ham on I-59. What type of conditon is the top in. Mine is in good condition just the wrong color. Does your top have the sliding windows the top I have has the sliding windows.
 

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I'd say sand it
 

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Unless you painted it without sandind it, I wouldn't attempt to remove the paint that is there, just resand it and paint it again with what ever you want to use..
 
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