Striping a kit

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Tiffeny
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Striping a kit

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Hey everyone I have another question for you, what do you all use for stripping your kit when you don't like how it turned out?
Thanks in advance for your responses.

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I used Windsor Brush Cleaner and Restorer.....works great

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19debra wrote:I used Windsor Brush Cleaner and Restorer.....works great
Me too. Works like a charm. :)
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Cool!! Thanks ladies!!

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hello! i will use (i dont know the name in english), when yoh clean your teeth in mouth, this brush, but the brush for kids because it not strong and not do pain on vinil, in my case i use air dry paint , i start my first vinil but i want to clean i was try how works the aint with more or low water, then i see now sometings i like and something dont like then i will remove with neutre normal gel because i dont have other things haha. i was reading people who use ghd can clean he kit with the same liquid you was put for mix with your paint (i dont remember what name is it but its basic product i think you can know what i speaking about)

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