Best method for removing paint in hard to reach places?

Discussion in 'Color is everything!' started by dr, Oct 28, 2018.

  1. scubasteve455

    scubasteve455 Well-Known Member

    Paint stripper . Wash with water good
  2. scubasteve455

    scubasteve455 Well-Known Member

    I dip everything
  3. honest03060

    honest03060 Active Member

    FYI - Just saw youtube of Eastwood dustless media blasting. Its a hose tha sucks up glass beads from a 5 gallon bucket and attachment that connects to your home gas powered pressure washer.
    They sell the glass beads looks really slick. Anybody try this yet?
  4. dr

    dr Well-Known Member

    I just saw that as well. I wonder if it works
  5. hugger

    hugger Well-Known Member

    We bought one to use at school,...I'll be trying it in a month or so

    STAGE III Lost Experimental Block

    I use Jeff Thompson (or comparable)to remove paint in tight areas,no way I can fit in there:D
  7. dr

    dr Well-Known Member

    I'm interested in hearing the results. I used the coal slag Media blaster with good results. It makes a hell of mess and moister is a devil with it. The Dustless pressure washer I saw uses sand not glass. Not sure if it matters. Thanks for posting
  8. 12lives

    12lives Engage! - Jean-Luc Picard

    Its dustless - no dust. You still have the media, removed stuff, and water to deal with. We used a similar system (much bigger) in a shipyard due to the environmental impact. It works well and Eastwood's does not need an air supply so you could do it anywhere with a gas powered pressure washer. Eventually the shipyard went to a vacuum system that collected the effluent.
  9. scubasteve455

    scubasteve455 Well-Known Member

    If you do the math on time spent sanding. Cheaper to dip the car. After you metal condition the car. It’s PRIME TIME. Then when the cars in the booth getting painted. There is no sand. No Dust No Dirt. No Buff. Hmmmmm. Wala.
  10. Briz

    Briz Platinum Level Contributor

    Used that "dustless system " Media injected with a pressure washer way back when I had my house painting business in the mid 90's. always worked well. Heck of a mess to clean up after shooting out 2000 pounds of sand. Id strip paint off red brick fire place chimneys and porches before re pointing all the mortar joints and strip old garage doors that had 50+ years of paint on them.

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