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    Default Eastwood "Pre" Paint Cleaner

    I searched your forum and couldn't find an answer to a quick question that I have. I do use your "Pre" Paint Cleaner prior to Powder Coating but diidn't know if it can be used on painted surfaces such as primer be it epoxy, etching or any painted surface? Please let me know when you get time

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    Pre can be used on any bare metal surface such as steel, aluminum, copper, brass, cast iron, etc. t can also be used on full cured urethane or enamel finishes. Be cautious when using pre on freshly applied primers as it will remove the coating. Also Pre will soften certain plastics. You can test an inconspicuous spot if not sure. I have also found that you can spray the pre onto the clean rag instead of directly on the primer and then wipe, this will help with non fully cured primers.

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