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I have a Rock river AR that I had painted poormans real tree, with spraying over real leaves to leave shadows. I then baked it.

 

I want to return it back to black I have tried Acetone, that greena and yellow spray bottle of Mostenbrockens non toxic paint remover, sure klean spray stripper. I will not come off!

 

:banghead: :banghead:

 

What else can i try short of sand or bead blastng?

 

If you live here in WA.--And where can i find Alumahide without ordering it online.

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Looks like your only option is to paint it black again.

 

Give dan with Amelon Coatings a call. He is a forum sponsor and does some amazing work.

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Lift Off

 

 

I've had decent luck with this stuff in the past, along with elbow grease of course. I wouldn't use anything

too strong for fear of ruining the parkerizing.

 

 

I would probably take the rifle apart so I could attack it piece-by-piece.

 

 

Good luck :)

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Whatever you try, do it on a small area first! I'll ask my son for some advice, he's pretty goos with that sort of thing and is an asst. manager at a local paint store. Right off the top of my head though try soaking in methyl ethyl ketone, that's some wicked stuff.

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Brake cleaner?

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I spoke to my son, and he told me that only an aggressive cleaner will remove it. He agreed with me on the MEK I mentioned earlier.

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It might sound odd, but undiluted Simple Green will remove most any paint but won't hurt the metal or even plastic parts.

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