After First Paint Removal

This was when I discovered this panel had...experience. Not only did it have dings, it also had two coats of paint. One coat of what looked like a high build primer and one coat of what looked like a base coat primer of some kind. This is when I knew I had my work cut out for me. I was hoping that EFS-2500 would miraculously work its way completely through every layer of coating and lift it all off, requiring a minimal amount of effort on my part to wipe it off with a spreader. So reality didn't exactly agree with my fantasy, but what was lifted came off with a minimal amount of effort by simply squeegeeing it off with the spreader — after which I washed it off and applied a second "thick" coating of the stripper. Photo: Ryan King, 2006.

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