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Drigon
Hello Friends, Who was not already annoyed with that to remove the color or with sand off ? a advice for all make the one new Lacquer finish: One gives the parts to a caustic solution bath with 180°F, and lets her 30 minute influence. Subsequently, the parts are washed off only with water and a sponge. The caustic solution bath becomes out: 1 part of 30% caustic soda solution (NaOH)and 10 parts Water (H2O). Attention: Eye protector and gloves carry [img]http://www.simplicity.at/4111/4111_natur/0033.JPG[/img] [img]http://www.simplicity.at/4111/4111_natur/0039.JPG[/img] [img]http://www.simplicity.at/4111/4111_natur/0034.JPG[/img] everything is better than many hours sharpens :D

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Brent, sodium hydroxide aka: caustic soda, soda lye, lye, white caustic, sodium hydrate, fotofoil etchant, NAOH, STCC 4935235, sodium hydroxide pellets, Lewis red devil lye Molecular formula: NaOH CAS No: 1310-73-2 EC No: 215-185-5

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Drigon
The chemical designation is : NaOH 30% it is available a caustic solution and in liquid form. The same giebt it also in powder form with the designation: Caustic soda. [url]http://www.seilnacht.tuttlingen.com/Chemie/ch_naoh.htm[/url] [url]http://www.seilnacht.tuttlingen.com/Chemie/ch_naohl.htm[/url]

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Bunky
Yes I have used Oven cleaner on one of my old Farm tractor Restorations works good also.. someone had send me a recipie of a stripper that had Lye in it.. But I miss placed it..

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Drigon
I hope it functioned to your satisfaction. you may not forget everything up to heat up 180°F
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Originally posted by mowerman1193
Yea I thought I read somewhere that oven cleaner can be used for paint stripper.And that anything with lye in it would remove paint...

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