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Is there any trick that I am missing when it comes to sanding my upper and lower vents. I'm guessing a sand blaster is the only way I'm really going to be able to effectively get in there. I've tried using spay cans of aircraft paint remover. It seems to get it started well, but it's hard on my lower 67 vents to get in there to scrape it out. And I don't think it'll get a smooth finish that way.

Let me know if there are any tricks...
 

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Yeah, I figured. My blaster is out of order currently. I was hoping that there was like a dip that I could soak them in and the they'd come out magically beautiful...
 

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Correct... I've hit them with the stripper and it took a lot off, but I know it's going to be rough getting the rest... I need a new compressor.
 

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Are they off the car? If so, the central vanes can be removed from the vent housing for easier access.
 
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