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I am stripping off the old white paint on the topside of the old tub and was wondering what the easiest method would be?
 

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Damb that was a good response, when i was younger my first job was working on boats, i dont know if you need to sand it off like fiberglass, but being under a boat for hours with a dust mask on is no fun.... :wallbash:
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you could find some one to sandblast it using a medium like walut shells. Guy I know did this to an old smokercraft and it came out looking pretty good.
 

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Go to an automotive or marine place and get marine paint stripper. Works like a hot damn it took about 6 layers of marine enamel off of these brass lights i have in no time.
 

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If you don't like chemicals then I would agree with the walnut or a glass bead blast. Using a wire wheel will melt the aluminum and gall it, not a good base for new paint.
 
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