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Old 03-29-2008, 04:32 PM   #1
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Remove paint without damaging zolatone?

Hey, I just wanted to throw out yet another zolatone question. I've read a lot of threads on the subject. We have a '64 Overlander and some genius put 2 coats of paint over the original zolatone. I am trying to strip the paint without damaging the zolatone. I do not know what kind of paint the two layers are, but people seem to think that the top layer is latex. I read a thread earlier that said to use Motsenbockers #5, but it did absolutely nothing. I would really love to restore the olds walls if possible.

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