I have a section of PVC pipe I need to put a ball valve in. The pipe was
previously painted (I believe water based paint) and I need to clean that
paint off so I can apply PVC primer and glue. What is the best way to clean
the paint off? I tried sandpaper and that did not go very far,
Makes sense since many brake fluid parts are plastic. There are so many
plastics though. Can be impervious to one plastic and liquify another.
If OP does try this, wear safety glasses. This is one time you really
need them! I'm told it's one of the most damaging fluids you can get in
your eyes. It sucks the water out of what it comes in contact with, aka
brake fluid is hydroscopic (absorbs water).
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