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Unread 02-28-2013, 04:28 PM   #1
REF_NJ
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Removing pinstripes (TJ) work in progress

Anyone else remove old decals or stripes? I'd like to know how you got rid of the 'ghosting.' Or better explained; ridding the raised markings left from the stripes. There's no adhesive. I just need to 'blend' the area. Any info or suggestions are appreciated.

I used a 3M eraser wheel (Sherwin Williams) and an electric drill. It was a breeze. Def better without the stripes.

**before and after, shown below**

pin02.jpg   pin03.jpg  
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