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Re: Removing painted pinstripes

Yea it did take a while i did probley 8-10 inches at a time I found it worked quicker too if you put that blue painters tape over the area that the easy off is applied to and leave that covered for a few minutes seemed to work better. also after the worst of it was off I used "goo be gone" to get the last little bits off.
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