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Username Post: removing pin stripe tape?        (Topic#352648)
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08-22-18 06:51 PM - Post#2744048    

do those rubber wheels really work to remove pin strip tape?
thanks Rod in AZ


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08-24-18 12:01 PM - Post#2744252    
    In response to rod

I have used them with good success, just take it easy as you can burnish the paint and seams to leave a mark if you leave it in one place to long.
But for the most part i have had really good results
you can get them at Space Age Paints in Mesa on Country Club.< whoops that might be a Day Hike from Kingman Lol....


Edited by az58cameo on 08-24-18 12:02 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

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08-24-18 07:32 PM - Post#2744291    
    In response to az58cameo

Yes they work. But do not use them on anything but urethane paint and don’t use them on single stage white. It will turn the paint yellow on single stage white. They eat right into lacquer paint and plastic panels.

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08-27-18 03:50 PM - Post#2744601    
    In response to wagonman100

removing them for a cheap/quick repaint. so damaging the base paint is a no worry.
thanks for the response.
Rod in AZ


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