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Old 01-16-2016, 04:44 PM   #1
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Latex paint

The PO used latex paint on most of the interior of my 1967 Overlander. I have cleaned test patches and the vinyl is in good shape underneath. There is just one layer. And recommendations on the easiest (note - EASIEST) way to remove this latex? I use Goof Off for the test spots, but it is not an easy task and the fumes! Can't just paint over the latex again as it is mildewed and stained (plus I hate it).

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