Picklex20 20 and seams and joints
I know when using chemical paint removers to avoid seams and joints where the stripper can seep under only to come out later and ruin the job.
I have Picklex20 and have been very satisfied with the product. But I have not as yet worked areas that contain joints and seams. Is there any special care that has to be taken with Picklex20 on or over joints and seams, other then to throughly wipe it clean?
Make sure it's completly dry prior to painting. I go over all seams and joints where I used Picklex with compressed air to dry out any hidden puddles.
That's exactly what we do in our shop. We treat the metal in almost all locatations then blow out the seams very well so that they dry before we prime.
Originally Posted by shawge