Welcome aboard.. There are several. Just be sure it says Safe for Fiberglass or it will leave you with a stringy mess of stands where your gelcoat used to be .. wash thoroughly several times after removing and leave out in the sun to completely dry . Solvents trap easily in old fiberglass
hi , I appreciate your post is the a brand name to look for ??
for several to look for in case I cannot fin that brand , I realize I am pitching here , but have not worked on the car for years and have e the bug again, many thanks,
Years ago, in my shop we used PPG s Ditzler 525 Stripper with great results.. We could strip an entire C2 or C3 car in half day. but I don t know if its still available . There are a few.. I think Klean /Strip makes one... Just be absolutely sure it says for Fiberglass on the label
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