Yes. As good or better. Don't use it in the wind. Wear pants and a long sleeve shirt and goggles and chemical gloves. It is some nasty sh t. Let it sit for 5 to 10 then pressure wash off. It sprays on as a liquid then gels up. For really stubborn spots spray it on and use a scotch bite pad (with gloves)
shelbygt wrote: BEAUTY. How much paint do you think was left on yours compared to mine? Have a gallon of stripper. Now you've shared me into using it.
Mine had more paint on it than yours. The paint on the top decks is pretty much burnt off so there isn't much work to do up there. Most of the original white paint washed off with the pressure washer. It was the primer that needed to be scraped off.
1955 Vagabond I w/ 1955 Mercury MK55 50 hp
1957 Ranger III w/ 1957 Evinrude Big Twin 35 hp (sold)