Re: [FWDLK] Removing Undercoating
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Re: [FWDLK] Removing Undercoating



Ron,
 
    Put gasoline in a spray bottle, spray the undercoating lightly several times. The gasoline will soften the undercoating and it should be a lot easier to scrape off with a putty knife. Sand blasting is only good if the piece being sand blasted is OFF THE CAR. Sand from sandblasting is famous for getting into the engine.
 
PS. When spraying the gasoline to soften the undercoating there is only one rule---NO SMOKING!!!!!!
 
    Ron Swartley
 
In a message dated 11/17/2010 11:12:30 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, ronbo97@xxxxxxxxxxx writes:
Hey Gang -

My 59 Dodge's inner fenders have factory undercoating that I'd like to
remove. Using a torch is definitely out. Sandblasting may remove some, but
I'd like to chemically remove all of it. Does anyone have a method that will
disolve or at least soften the undercoating to the point that it'll come off
easily with a putty knife ?

Thanks,

Ron

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