Stripping Paint From Carbon Bike Frame. I have a beautiful carbon fiber bike with some ugly decals, pretty sure they are clear coated over. I have a used white '09 tarmac sl pro frame on the way, and i'm considering stripping the paint from the bb, chainstays, and lower st and seatstays.
This is essential to do a proper paint job on a. That should be enough to remove.if not, step down do 600. This is largely redundant now, having stripped the paint from the tail unit and mudguard with lots of sandpaper and pain.
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Using Anything Less Than Aircraft Quality Stripper Is A Waste As It Is Not As Harsh As Aircraft Stripper.
At this point i was still doing a. I have a beautiful carbon fiber bike with some ugly decals, pretty sure they are clear coated over. I am only stripping the frame portion of the bike.
I’m Leaving The Rear Triangle The Original Color, Its To Add Some Character To The Project.
I'm sure this topic has been covered extensively before. You don’t need to make sure it soaks in or anything, but just layer it on top. I do media blasting on carbon parts to strip the color and coating for a raw carbon look.check also.
Cling Wrap Keeps All The Solvents And Special Magical Chemicals In The Magicsauce Right Up In The Paint's Grill.
Just put it on top. This is largely redundant now, having stripped the paint from the tail unit and mudguard with lots of sandpaper and pain. There’s no doubt carbon fiber is sexy.
I Use Citristrip As It's A Little Easier On The Environment And The Human Body (Aka Magicsauce) ~Cling Wrap.
Stripping decals on a carbon fiber bike. I've seen some paint remover on halfords that says it will shift anything. I stripped the paint off my alloy condor and saved around 150g but others have stripped higher end carbon frames and saved less than 100.
Cover Up Anything You Don’t Want To Paint.
Thus, when riders come to us for their bicycle’s custom paint job, occasionally some inquire about sanding the paint down to raw carbon fiber, with the idea of leaving it exposed. Apply it one after the other over the entire frame. My frame only has clear coat and some decals so i don't expect much.