by Cassandra Merkling
(last updated September 18, 2017)
There are a few options for removing paint from fiberglass. As is the case with any stain or any other blemish removal method on any surface you care about, always do a spot test on an inconspicuous area of the fiberglass. There are three options that you can use for removing paint from fiberglass. They may require a little elbow grease, but with these methods your task is possible.
In the end, what you use will depend on how much paint there is to remove and what the end of result you want (large area, small area, etc.) is. For example, spray paint can be removed pretty well from a lot of surfaces with hairspray, but it is hard to get a can big enough to cover an entire side of a large boat. You would do better in that case to try something that is available in larger quantities and can be applied in larger areas at a time.
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