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8/21/2020 11:48 AM  #1


Air Craft stripper non metholyn chloride

So here in SLC we cannot get the old formula of the aircraft stripper. I found out that if you add some lacquer thinner it helps the stripper stay liquid and it helps the stripper do itz job. Hope this helps some people out.

 

8/24/2020 1:43 PM  #2


Re: Air Craft stripper non metholyn chloride

Thanks for the tip.


Money you enjoy wasting is NOT wasted money... unless your wife finds out.
 

9/10/2020 1:51 PM  #3


Re: Air Craft stripper non metholyn chloride

I also found that covering the part you are stripping with plastic sheeting makes the stripper work better as it doesn't allow the chemicals to evaporate as fast.

 

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