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How much???!!!! 1 year 2 months ago #48999

Al wrote:



I got a new project at the weekend so decided to start stripping off the old paint.

So far so good until I thought I might need some more Mykal De Solv It Graffiti Remover.
Above is the only can I’ve managed to locate.
But what stopped me in my tracks was the £20.00 price tag.
When they used to be £6.00 max.

So have they stopped making it ?
Or do I need my glasses!!


I believe it was supplied by B&Q for around £10 when I bought some. I’ve since the highly recommended the water based one supplied by tool station.

The stuff you showed, I found it was very solvent based and stanlmthe House out, needed marks, especially when spraying. The water based graffiti remover didn’t create a solvent “mist”.

Hope that helps buddy?

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How much???!!!! 1 year 2 months ago #49000

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Al wrote:



I got a new project at the weekend so decided to start stripping off the old paint.

So far so good until I thought I might need some more Mykal De Solv It Graffiti Remover.
Above is the only can I’ve managed to locate.
But what stopped me in my tracks was the £20.00 price tag.
When they used to be £6.00 max.

So have they stopped making it ?
Or do I need my glasses!!


I believe it was supplied by B&Q for around £10 when I bought some. I’ve since the highly recommended the water based one supplied by tool station.

The stuff you showed, I found it was very solvent based and stanlmthe House out, needed marks, especially when spraying. The water based graffiti remover didn’t create a solvent “mist”.

Hope that helps buddy?


Cheers Rob. Much appreciated, I think there’s a Tool Station near the office, it’ll be a good excuse to get out at lunchtime.
I checked out B&Q, but the nearest one to me with any stock is over 20 miles away.
I spend enough time in DIY shops, but I’m not driving that far for the privilege.
Thanks again Rob. Have a good evening.

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How much???!!!! 1 year 2 months ago #49001

My pleasure mate, here's the product number. To clarify I have used this on the old bodies like Sand Scorcher and Countach.

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Purple_rob wrote: My pleasure mate, here's the product number. To clarify I have used this on the old bodies like Sand Scorcher and Countach.


Thanks Rob, that’s a great help.
I’ve tried a few others which did absolutely nothing.

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How much???!!!! 1 year 2 months ago #49067

This is the stuff from tool station
It hasn’t met a paint it can’t remove yet, it even removed paint the brake fluid would not touch, I have found that it can vary a lot time wise how long you have to leave it on before it starts to work on different paints, some times 15 mins other times 3 hours, depends how much of a fight the paint wants to put up I suppose :S
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How much???!!!! 1 year 2 months ago #49068

goldfish999 wrote: This is the stuff from tool station
It hasn’t met a paint it can’t remove yet, it even removed paint the brake fluid would not touch, I have found that it can vary a lot time wise how long you have to leave it on before it starts to work on different paints, some times 15 mins other times 3 hours, depends how much of a fight the paint wants to put up I suppose :S


Yup that's the stuff I always recommend. I took the pic down as i couldn't crop it correctly.

You look like you could use on the inside of that cup :woohoo:
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Re:How much???!!!! 1 year 2 months ago #49071

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You look like you could use on the inside of that cup :woohoo:


Hey thats patina, that is as much hard work as weathering your cars.

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Re:How much???!!!! 1 year 2 months ago #49080

Crikey! the cup has been corrupted by the dark side :laugh: :laugh:



If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem mate :)
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Re:How much???!!!! 1 year 2 months ago #49083

Best work coffees are drunk in this style of cups and sugar desolved with a dirty screwdriver. :p

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Re:How much???!!!! 1 year 2 months ago #49084

stingray-63 wrote: Best work coffees are drunk in this style of cups and sugar desolved with a dirty screwdriver. :p

You are correct Flo tho I tend to use a spanner to be honest :laugh:
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