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Removal of undercoating
#637559 Wed Apr 14 2010 09:43 AM
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I used a electric multi function tool from Harbor Freeight with the serrated blade. The tool has a very high speed vibration, almost ultra sonic. This cuts old undercoating like butter. The tool has many adapters for sanding etc.
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Re: Removal of undercoating
hankrags #637635 Wed Apr 14 2010 06:17 PM
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Thanks for the tip Hank, I've been wanting one of those tools since I saw it on This Old House.


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