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Old 06-23-2011, 08:35 PM   #1
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Short cut on clean and strip?

I started stripping my AS the other day and noticed that where the plasticoat was still in good shape i had a real nice surface left, but where the coating had failed there was some oxidation.

I know some of you have used Tractor trailer washing service with good results. How well did this process deal with the oxidation? Did anyone try the wash before removing the plasticoat? I was wondering if you did the wash before removal of the coating if the acids would only attack the spots where the coating had failed and therefore only the spots with oxidation.

Just a thought.
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