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« on: Jul 15, 2017, 07:29AM »

I have a vintage 1970s all yellow lacquered King 606 I wanted to strip the lacquer from. Three hours of Polystrippa --and one quart/litre--didn't remove even a speck of it.

Another 2 hour application-- and a full can-- of automotive paint stripper didn't touch it.

Finally I used Easy-Off Heavy Duty Oven Cleaner and it ate the lacquer effortlessly in less than 10 minutes. Spray on, wipe off.

Easy-Off should also work on that old King orange lacquer that is stubborn.

For the record the listed ingredients of epoxy remover is the same ingredients listed on the can of polystrippa type stuff. Epoxy remover had also been suggested online, as an answer.
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