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    Hi guys. Simple question today.

    How do i get paint off of the interior trim without damaging anything?? Turps?

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    Not really possible sorry. Best thing to do is respray it to the color you want or find another trim piece. Which bit do you need

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    i was doing this a few month ago on some of my interior, i used sugar soap and a coarse sponge worked good on panels that hadn't been preped very well but if the paint dosn't scrub off then give them a good clean and repaint them mine came up pretty good!

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