I just aquired a 1987 yj with roll on bed liner inside and out, and to top that it was painted lavender. What is the best way to remove it, other than sand blasting, dynamite etc.. I have been told brake fluid. Any help would be great. That was my first post on this site.
Honestly if it's not peeling or chipping really bad you might be better off just rolling over it with a different color. I just rolled black monstaliner on mine. I can't even imagine trying to get it off.
1987 Jeep Wrangler 4.2L
D30/35 with LockRight in the rear
4" Pro Comp Lift with 2" lift Shackles
34/9.5/15 Super Swamper TSL on Cragar Soft 8
Looks like a combination of M.E.K. , wire wheel, and a heat gun removes it. Good thing I aquired this through a trade, it would have been very disappointing to drop a couple grand and then remove paint with wire toothbrush.
Finally removed roll on bedliner, topic of my first post, If you ever have to do this you will first need lots of cold beer, a scraper, heat gun, wire wheel on a grinder (not to coarse) lots of open space for cursing and throwing shit etc... I do not recommend using roll on bed liner as paint! If you like that look save the money for line x, rhino liner, armorthane or one of the professional finishes. As for the help thank you much. For my Jeep brake fluid, M.E.K., aircraft stripper didnt work to well. Actually heating the scrapper blade and cutting it works making sure not to over heat the flat surface of the body.