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Safe Way to Remove Old Undercoating on Wheel Wells


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Working on another BMW that has old undercoating falling off. Can not seem to find anything at the Zone or Pepboyz or Reilly's that will help remove it with out damaging the paint.

TIA!!

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We did ;)

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You will probably roll your eyes at my answer, because of course not everyone has a handy sandblaster available to them, but here's what I did:

Using fairly low air pressure and a "bucket blaster" hooked up to our shop's air line, I quickly and lightly blasted all four wheel wells to knock off the loose hanging/peeling undercoating on the F Bomb. I resprayed with paintable rubberized undercoating and have been VERY pleased with the results. (see photo below)

Another glamour shot of The F Bomb taken in the Evans City Cemetery where Night of the Living Dead was filmed. Photo copyright by pal Gary Streiner (all rights reserved).

paul wegweiser

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Paul Wegweiser

Wegweiser Classic BMW Services

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