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best way to remove paint from center console? #33154 Aug 5, 12:40am Aug 5, 12:40am
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best way to remove paint from center console?
whats the best most effective way to get the paint off the center console. i wanna be able to get the paint off without harming the plastic. has anyone done this? i wanna start over and paint the center console again. but i dont want it to bubble or anything like that after painting again.


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Re: best way to remove paint from center console? [Re: hi ho silver] #33155 Aug 5, 12:49am Aug 5, 12:49am
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i'd say paint thinner.

Re: best way to remove paint from center console? [Re: hi ho silver] #33156 Aug 5, 12:51am Aug 5, 12:51am
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have you done it?i wanna know what brand to use exactly.. i've heard nasty stories of people messing up the actual plastic... or getting the paint off and painting again was a nightmare


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Re: best way to remove paint from center console? [Re: hi ho silver] #33157 Aug 5, 1:29am Aug 5, 1:29am
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When I used just regular spray paint I used a screwdriver and very carefully peeled it all off! It worked reall well, just take your time!

Re: best way to remove paint from center console? [Re: hi ho silver] #33158 Aug 5, 1:38am Aug 5, 1:38am
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Try " testers thinner"

Re: best way to remove paint from center console? [Re: hi ho silver] #33159 Aug 5, 1:39am Aug 5, 1:39am
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go to home depot and get a good paint stripper.


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Re: best way to remove paint from center console? [Re: hi ho silver] #33160 Aug 5, 1:50am Aug 5, 1:50am
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