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Paint Codes

Started by november2019, November 04, 2019, 06:04:44 PM

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november2019

Does anybody have any info on paint codes? Years ago I was told depending on what plant built your bird the paint is a different type. Somebody spray canned over my Chesterfield brown paint and I was told depending on the plant I can just remove it with thinner without affecting the original paint. Anybody know about this?
James McMullen

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Use a buffer with a 10 cut compound and clean the pad every few minutes. Then hit it with a polisher o Goof off.  This is the only
thing I can think of that won't be harsh on the real paint.

Billy Reynolds
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