soft feel paint removal!

Anybody have any quick results removing this stuff? its mainly on v.w interior parts hell knows why they use the stuff it looks naff and scratches of and looks nasty after weeks

i've use scotch pad and soapy water but takes forever to remove, i was told oven cleaner can remove it anyone had much success??

thanks in advance :D

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  • koratsatokoratsato Posts: 41Member
    I use sandblast machine by plastic media.
    It is safe to fast.
  • AquaGraphixAquaGraphix Posts: 358Member, Business Ninja ✭✭✭
    As long as its not abs, acetone generally gets it off pretty easily. Soak a rag and keep wiping till it starts to blister and watch it almost fall off, just keep the rag soaked
  • CoastalHydrographicsCoastalHydrographics Posts: 3,047Member ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited August 2014
    I would get what you can off nice & clean then use ohw as a base then dip.but that's just me.lol good luck
  • MasterjqxMasterjqx Posts: 990Member ✭✭✭
    be sure to wipe the backside of the plastic with Acetone first.. if its ABS and you wipe the front your gonna smear the finish on the plastic..
  • liquidskinzliquidskinz Posts: 147Member ✭✭
    cheers guys ive found that alcohol gel works and ill give all your ideas a try @blaster ohw is still not available in the uk
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