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Unread 04-12-2013, 07:31 PM   #1
insaneinline
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Undercoat removal

This is for anyone who wants to remove the factory undercoat from your jeep , go to harbor freight and get a needle scaler . I am in process of removing my undercoat and It was hard as a rock after I tried other ideas with no luck . This worked great it takes some time but I'm not breathing nasty fumes or toxic dust .Its more like it chips off so I figured I would share my experience with you ,I used an air needle scaler but if you don't have a compressor I think you can get an electric one

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