New nitromors.
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Author:  cyfa2809 [ Mon Jan 09, 2012 1:23 am ]
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How long is a while? I tried it once overnight, nothing!

Author:  moffyr72 [ Mon Jan 09, 2012 1:26 am ]
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Its more of a 'stripper' that you'd apply or soak the thing in, then forget about it for a week.. it's quicker with nitromors!

just :wink:

It depends on the paint to be honest. It also works better on things you dont want to strip. Accidentally pour some over a cop car and it will strip in seconds. but pour it over something you really want to remove the paint off and it'll take forever. guaranteed!

Author:  cyfa2809 [ Mon Jan 09, 2012 1:32 am ]
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Oooooooooh that long! I miss the old nitromors, sob sob.

Author:  moffyr72 [ Mon Jan 09, 2012 1:34 am ]
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The environment.. and health 'n safety.. is an ass.

Things were so much better when you could proper hurt yourself with the stuff out of your shed.

Author:  cyfa2809 [ Mon Jan 09, 2012 1:40 am ]
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Haha. Not many people did though. I read its an eu ban.

Theres one.

The new nitromors is a fa*ny. I was doing it with my bare hands. Before that would have burnt. I could probably put it in my bloody eyes now!

Author:  NAILTRAIL96 [ Mon Jan 09, 2012 9:38 am ]
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New brake fluid is rubbish too, for stripping paint that is.
Paint stripping discs from frosts are pretty good and leave a finish you can prime.

Author:  cyfa2809 [ Mon Jan 09, 2012 9:48 am ]
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Looking to polish.

Author:  rosstheboss [ Mon Jan 09, 2012 10:51 am ]
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I bought some generic stuff from a hardware shop near me in September (ish) which worked a treat, a little runnier than nitromors but still effective, worth hunting around for perhaps? Hopefully they're not enforcing that Dec 11 ban on selling old stock to harshly....

Author:  ramstein-dh [ Mon Jan 09, 2012 10:53 am ]
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Yeah it is rubbish stuff.
Also more expensive , wilkinson's have the old stuff ,well in Liverpool they do.

Also i got the aerosol version for £1.00 a tin and yet to try it.

Author:  cyfa2809 [ Mon Jan 09, 2012 11:17 am ]
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Interested to see if the aersol one works.

Havent had a look round for old stuff yet but i think i may know a place.

Whats the distinct differences on the tin?

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