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#765343 Mon Jun 28 2021 04:39 AM
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My steel/tin sign is “peeling” not the the paint but, a thin layer of what I believe to be clear coat. How do I remove this? Any and all suggestions will be welcomed.

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Oil head 56 #765358 Mon Jun 28 2021 05:42 PM
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Tough one to do without harming the paint underneath as well.

Oil head 56 #765376 Mon Jun 28 2021 10:34 PM
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You might be able to remove all the loose and peeling clear and then re-clear it. I've never tried it but works in my head.


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