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|02-03-2008 10:10 PM|
|sailingdog||IIRC, there are a few new paint strippers that are soy-based that are fairly environment friendly. There have been a few articles in the last six months about them, and they seem to work fairly well.|
|02-03-2008 04:42 PM|
Originally Posted by ccriders View Post
Glad I could help
|02-03-2008 04:31 PM|
Thanks for the replies. Jody the article you hot linked was originally from Practical Sailor and was the article I was looking for. Thanks
|02-03-2008 03:13 AM|
you might want to try this stuff
|02-03-2008 02:59 AM|
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
|02-03-2008 02:51 AM|
|poopdeckpappy||Use Interstrip and dispose of properly, it won't hurt the enviro, unless you dump it in the ocean|
|02-02-2008 09:59 PM|
Originally Posted by uspirate View Post
|02-02-2008 09:55 PM|
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!
|02-02-2008 09:41 PM|
|SimonV||Seriously, environmentally friendly paint strippers mean only one thing HARDER WORK.|
|02-02-2008 08:22 PM|
sorry, couldn't resist ...
SD will soon tell you...
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