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Environment friendly paint strippers

I read a good thread here about environmentally friendly paint strippers for removing bottom paint, but my search for it comes up dry. Does anyone remember that thread and can you identify it for me?
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Somebody calling? we have the friendliest strippers, and Simon is right, the more they work the harder it gets
sorry ccriders, Sailingdog will jump in here shortly and give you the skinny on that. good luck!
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I found this

And interesting read none the less...but it is from a manufacturer of such...so take the results with a grain of salt...

And this is a magazine related one
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Thanks for the replies. Jody the article you hot linked was originally from Practical Sailor and was the article I was looking for. Thanks
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Thanks for the replies. Jody the article you hot linked was originally from Practical Sailor and was the article I was looking for. Thanks
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