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Oneway does work -what's better than watching paint dry? - June 26, 2009, 12:06 AM

....watching that shiz magically come off. Please excuse my over excitement in the vid hahah

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6vmN6WYigc

BIG UPS to HQ Coating (sreen name Quangalang) in Chantilly next door to Devil Dawg. Not only did he provide some advice via text while I was workin (my first time ever doing something like this)...but he stayed at his shop until 11:45pm until I showed up to drop off the tank, passenger pegs, and brackets. Can't wait for the finished product

the old guy at Home Depot made it very clear to cover your body when dealing with that kind of paint stripper....so..



and the directions said to use a metal container...it seems I owe one of my roommates a pot

best $8 ever spent. Harbor Freight heated razor blade decal remover tool. Took that tank pad right off...so easy



when it was done...I was actually feelin the bare metal look....the gun metal color was actually really nice.

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I worked at home depot in paint section. Paint stripper just burns a bit if it gets on you. (from experience)

Covered body is just a guideline.
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..the fuck?! that was dope lol


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the paint strip was nice but the new years vid has more action. and y were you looking for a pickle on a christmas tree?


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like zombies and shit.... and that MS-13 pic of you all suited up is going to be saved on the back burner for some photochop fun....


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the paint strip was nice but the new years vid has more action. and y were you looking for a pickle on a christmas tree?


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How long did it take to strip that tank from start to finish?
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the paint strip was nice but the new years vid has more action. and y were you looking for a pickle on a christmas tree?
HAHA man I totally forgot about those other vids. That was some Christmas shiz my ex introduced me too...it was a game her family used to play...hide this small ass green pickle in the xmas tree and you gotta find it. It's actually really difficult to do.

The new years vid was my ex and her friend. Good times.

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How long did it take to strip that tank from start to finish?
only cuz i'ma complete noob - it took about 3 - 4 hours. The stripper took a while to get through the clear coat - but once that cracked...it was a wrap. The word SUZUKI took a while too, cuz it was actually done in layers...blue..then white. Also, it seemed that the stripped worked better when it was still hot outside...once the sun went down and it cooled off...it seemed like it took longer to kick in.

Application was done with a $2 paint brush

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....watching that shiz magically come off. Please excuse my over excitement in the vid hahah

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6vmN6WYigc

BIG UPS to HQ Coating (sreen name Quangalang) in Chantilly next door to Devil Dawg. Not only did he provide some advice via text while I was workin (my first time ever doing something like this)...but he stayed at his shop until 11:45pm until I showed up to drop off the tank, passenger pegs, and brackets. Can't wait for the finished product

the old guy at Home Depot made it very clear to cover your body when dealing with that kind of paint stripper....so..



and the directions said to use a metal container...it seems I owe one of my roommates a pot

best $8 ever spent. Harbor Freight heated razor blade decal remover tool. Took that tank pad right off...so easy



when it was done...I was actually feelin the bare metal look....the gun metal color was actually really nice.
I done the same thing to a set of rims,years ago . I went to polish them and get painted. The paint came off powder coat didn't. I had to sand the U-shaped spokes whick was a major pain in the @#! The end result turned out real good though. I was proud of myself!


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