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    Quote Originally Posted by b25bsaboy View Post
    Hi Stan,

    I liked to have that ability. POR-15, however, is not so easy to remove.
    That is a huge understatement, however did call the 800 # and spoke to a gentleman by the name of Matt and was advised of the following:
    POR-15 can be removed using the following chemicals:
    1. Methylene Chloride
    2. My Stripper
    3. Air Craft paint Stripper.
    All of the above are nasty stuff and to be handled with care.
    Wish there was a way to do this simply and not destroy the paint?
    Here is a picture of when I removed the fuel pet cock. No wonder the Bing Carbs were having a coughing fit?
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