[xj] Stripping paint from Aluminum

Anyone have any good ways to remove paint from aluminum parts? Have some
smaller parts the size of a loaf of bread that need stripping.

Saw the thread earlier on that you can use molasses and water mix for taking rust
off of steel but no ideas for something like this.

Thx,

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I’d just pour brake fluid over it. Put it in a tray like one used for
paint rollers, and brush the brake fluid over the parts to be stripped.
After 24 hours or so the paint should have lifted.

Craig

joe@joea.com wrote:>Anyone have any good ways to remove paint from aluminum parts? Have some

smaller parts the size of a loaf of bread that need stripping.

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In reply to a message from joe@joea.com sent Sun 20 Sep 2009:

Aircraft paintstripper???–
Alyn
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