I am in the process of cleaning up my Testarossa and I am looking at a thin coating of undercoating on the front and rear wheelwells, any idea on the least invasive process for removing it from the inner wells? Thinners, reducers?
Thanks in advance
depending on exactly what it is, warming it with a hot air gun then scraping it might get most of it of quickly, then go to thinner or kerosene for the final clean up (kerosene is WAY safer to work around than most thinners).
I am in Canada and haven't heard of Dinol, but I will look for an equivalent chemical.
I will definately have to throw heavy plastic tarps down and throw them out later, I have porcelain tile work in my garage.
I am trying to eliminate any damage to OEM parts, the louvers covering the radiators in the wheel tubs are fiberglass and 1988 vintage, could be easily gouged if not careful and the concentrated heat might be an issue with these parts.