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08-05-2012 12:11 PM
Copperhead
Easy way to remove undercoating!

I know, we've all heard that one before. But, this one works great! In preparation for pressure washing my '89 YJ tub, I liberally sprayed Castrol Super Clean to the entire underside the night before. This morning, I sprayed it down again. I used a 25║ tip, moving slowly and maintaining a distance of no more than 2 inches away. Much to my surprise, the undercoating was disappearing. I mean, completely! I can't say if the Super Clean had anything to do with loosening up the undercoating. It took me about an hour and a half to remove every spec of it.


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