I found this to work pretty doggy gone good. It requires a cheap Harbor Freight Oscillating Multifunction Power Tool. It also requires self adhesive heavy grit sanding disc and a flat plunge blade. Cut the self stick paper to fit the bottom side of the blade. This will get the entire area between the spokes and tight to the spokes without any damage to the wood. It cleans it fast and also gets rid of the rust underneath the paint.
Can you tell me how it works because I was going out to start trying to strip the first one in just a few minutes but I am just 30 min from HF could hold up n get it tomorrow. What was the cost of the tool ur using? And what is it called the tool??? Thanks Tim
Can you tell me how it works because I was going outcto start trying tocstrip the first one in just a few minutes but I am just 30 min from HF could hold up n get it tomorrow. What was the cost of the tool ur using? Thanks Tim
HI Tim, it works great I think. The tool was about $20.00 at the time I bought it. Either way the tool is a very handy one to have.
You can also wrap the spokes with duct tape and sandblast the felloes.
Don,Your right about handy!! I have had one for years after doing a flooring job.Great for cutting in places where nothing else will work!! See you Sunday? Bud.
Morning Bud, yup I'm planning on being there. I hope the Model T stuff shows up. Many small parts needed for this 26 Tudor I'm working on. See you there !!
Don, i am gonna buy one when I go to work today. Thanks for the info. Tim
I think you will find it works great. My rims had 8 decades of slopped up paint on them. This took all of about 15-20 minutes to clean the rims up. Don't forget to get a course self adhesive sand paper for it. Let me know what your experience is on this Tim. Enjoy !
I also use duct tape, blast and ready for epoxy primer and paint. Ken
Don, Stopped and picked one up and had self stick course paper at home. I will try it this weekend and let you know how i did. This is one of those 75 hour work weeks i will be burned out by the time i get home at nights mon - fri. Tim