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How to Remove Car Pinstripes and How to Remove Car Decals using an Eraser Wheel – No Paint Damange

How to Remove Car Pinstripes and How to Remove Car Decals using an Eraser Wheel – No Paint Damange


Hi this is John with U Do It – in this video
I’m going to show you how I was able to remove car pinstripes using this eraser
wheel. [ This can also be used to remove car declas ] My channel is all about DIY content I do some 3d printing some design data
modeling pretty much doing everything myself
so I inspire you to go off and do things on your own whether it’s something
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it this eraser definitely this eraser wheel definitely worked well you
definitely want to wipe it off with a cloth tail in between so you can see if
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7 thoughts on “How to Remove Car Pinstripes and How to Remove Car Decals using an Eraser Wheel – No Paint Damange

  1. Very cool. I hate it when the pinstripe gnomes sneak onto the car lots and work their evil magic.
    Dealerships LOOOOOVE pinstripes because it means an extra couple hundred bucks for very little work.
    Anyway. Not that I have pinstripes on any of my cars. But if I did, I now know how to make them go away.
    Is there any special post-processing that needs to be done after erasing the pinstripes?

    Thanks! 👍

  2. Question of the Day: Did you ever remove car decals and if so what method did you use?
    See the Satisfied viewer comment in the video and leave an awesome comment – perhaps your comment will be featured in my next video.
    Link to purchase eraser wheel is in the description.

  3. As a professional sign and graphic maker/installer, I've used eraser wheels (snap-on crud thug) in the past and find they can make more of a mess/damage paint if not used correctly (as with anything) and are expensive. I save them for very old cracked pinstripes. I usually use a propane torch (ts4000) or heat gun to warm them up, peel decal, then wipe off adhesive with orange peel adhesive remover. Then wipe with denatured alcohol.

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