Sent them an email if they still had some in stock (after dealing with supplier that doesn't reply). They answered my question about how much I need (500ml will work for 1.5 road frames). I bought from them with confidence and it shipped next day.
1.The blade technique works well on easy to get to places,I reckon 20 Stanley blades will be used in total.
2.Using 120 grade wet and dry is'nt enough to remove hard to get at area's,get a medium sanding block.
3.Bare carbon is way more resistant to damage than I thought,some info on the web suggested starting with 480 grade wet and dry,using 480 would take weeks to remove paint,my medium sanding block is'nt scratching the carbon finish.
4.I thought I was flexible on my bike with my slammed stem,but hand stripping/sanding this frame proves otherwise,my fingers,wrists,elbow's,back,hips and knee's are all hurting from bending over/kneeling from the work envolved.
5.I've saved 80g in weight so far,this makes me happy,and gives me heart to keep sanding!!
Tomorrow Im off work,so its back to the paint strippingl!!
Anyway,it took 34 hours in total to get to bare carbon.I then got a coat of gloss clearcoat sprayed on the frame.Weight with hanger and cable guide was 1015g,now it's 913g.Frame is a 56cm.