Customs: Trying to remove paint from Cybertron Clocker

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  1. Jukebox Prime

    Jukebox Prime Musi-Con

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    Decided to finally get around to trying my hand at a repaint and I'm having a little trouble removing the paint from Cybertron Clocker. I'm using 91% isopropyl alcohol and at first I left the parts in for a day, but when the paint didn't come off I left in for another day. Paint's still on there pretty good. So are there some "factory" paint applications that don't come off as easily as others?
     
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    Yep, some fights to the bitter end. Depending on what color your going to paint it, you may want to to just go on ahead and paint it. or try 99%, or another option like Purple power (I never use anything other than 91%). You can find out more by reading the stickies at the top of the page.
     
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    Cool, I'm glad to see it's not just my lack of skills. Thanks man!
     

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