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Posted on Reliable way to remove all japanning?

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paratrooper34

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#1 posted 933 days ago

I use electrolysis on planes that I restore and only a couple of them had all of the jappaning removed from the process. There was some left informers are such and I used a dental pick to get it out. Painted over them all with regular old spray paint. If you use this process, I suggest you use baking soda with the water. Arm and Hammer is what I use.

-- Mike


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