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Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by lefty o, Mar 18, 2002.
so whats the best way to strip polyurethane finish off of a gunstock?
Try lacqueer thinner. This will get it off.
thanks , ill try that when i get around to doing it.
lefty o: Correction...Use "lacquer" thinner instead of lacqueer thinner. Thought my spelling didn't look quite right. Had to go get my dictionary.
lefty o: I just did a Browning A bolt stock. I used a product called Dads Easy Spray, got it at where else W-mart, works great and easy, just follow directions, can be used indoors, wash with water, but wear rubber gloves for sure.
have used "Zip Strip" with god results.
Best results that don't require a torch are, Certistrip from Brownells, or NAPA gasket remover from the auto parts store. With both products I use two applications. The first is removed with a putty knife or scraper, the second with a scotchbrite pad and water. This leaves a clean surface ready to start finish sanding. Works for me!