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- GnatterBox Centurion
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How can I remove data and road name on a freight car ?
I don't want to make a "plastic soup" with my car if you see what I mean...
Many thanks by advance for your help.
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We use UNDO here in the states. It is nitromethane based so it may take the paint off too.
Fairhope, AL USA
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If you are trying to take the paint off without hurting the plastic try soaking the piece in brake fluid for a day or two. a shorter time and local application might do just the writing.
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