I want to refurbish my fiberglass front valance as it has holes in the paint, and a couple of cracks that I'm going to repair. I figure I can strip the 10 year old acrylic enamel paint that's on there, clean it all up, repair the cracks, and put a fresh coat of primer and paint on it. Before I do that, I removed the stone deflector/guard between the valance and grill to see how easy/hard it would be to strip off the enamel. Now that paint stripper isn't as effective as it used to be, I'd test it. Well, I might as well as spit on the paint to strip it instead of using the stripper, and get the same result. I'm using a can of Kleen Strip Kwik-Strip, and I scuffed the paint with coarse steel wool, but little to no paint lifting. Is there something else out there you folks can recommend? Reviews show Citristrip Paint/Varnish Stripping Gel ranked at or near the top, but would like to know if anyone has any personal experience.