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Removing Undercoating?

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Does anyone know any really good ways to remove old undercoating.

Thanks John
65 Coupe I6
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Forget the torches and wire wheels. Go to Eastwood's
website and order their "Undergone" system. I used it on the firewall of my 67. It's a fomay spray that
softens the binder of the undercoating to a thin consistency which you can then scrape off my hand
using a stiff putty knife. Hardly any fumes either. The system comes with cleaner/degreaser to use after
scraping to get the last of the gunk off. Their catalog makes it look like you can wipe the stuff off with
a paper towel - it's not quite that easy. But you can scrape by hand without having to resort to the wire
wheel. I was happy with the results.

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