[DML] Re: Paint removal from bumper
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[DML] Re: Paint removal from bumper

Here is what I found when doing a search for paint removal from the polyethylene plastic 
front and rear facias.

Quote from David Teitelbaum on the DML message number 33415.

"For any other parts like the facias I would sand, fill, and seal them and just repaint over 
the paint."

Quote taken from web site below.


"The next task was to remove the several layers of paint on each fascia.  I used Parks Pro 
Stripper furniture paint stripper.  Methylene Chloride is the active ingredient that removes 
the paint.  The trick is to not let the paint stripper sit on the bare plastic so you need to 
wash it off before it can attack the plastic fascia.  This took several days of applying 
chemicals, scrubbing off paint, reapplying another coat of chemicals and scrubbing off 
paint.  Finally got down to bare plastic."

And try reading the informaton here at this site.


I too am looking to do this to my D.  I have a great body shop just two miles away that is 
willing to paint the facias either on the D or off the D.

Mark R. Vanyo.
VIN 02261.
--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "r_roecker" <mjroke@...> wrote:
> I would like to know the safest and best way to remove paint from
> bumpers for prep to repaint.

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