we did a lot of the de-lams here at the shop. real common problem. too much time elapsed on the assembly line between base/clear operations and had adhesion problems. if you have a good size air compressor, use a male and female air chuck fitting and screw them together, than snap that on to your air hose for a large bore air blower. it should knock most all the old clear off. a good quality duck tape can also be applied to pull off the clear. or a high pressure washer. once all the clear is removed, d/a sand with 320 lightly to clean everything up, thenwet sand with 400, wax and grease remover/tack rag it/ then 2 coats of base/then a couple coats of clear. you factory base coat should still have good adhesion. some guys will use a sealer over the old basecoat, but if its still solid, i dont see the need. i would use either a ppg or r-m base clear. not dupont.
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