Stripping paint from a CF frame

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wally318
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by wally318

Anyone done this recently?
Is there a faster way to do it than just sanding only?
Any chemical strippers that are safe/work well with
carbon fiber?
If any that have done this would share some of their
experience from the job, would be a learning benefit
for quite a few others I'm sure.


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theremery
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by theremery

Carbo-lift is the product Americans use. Us NZ or Aus lads use "polystripper".
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pamelaperry
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by pamelaperry

Have you tried using Carbolift.I think that's the best way to go as paint strippers might interact with the resins that holds the fiber parts together.

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