#1
i got a bass with a heavy coat of paint so how should i remove it so that i can paint...i know their is sanding but that seems like it would take forever
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#2
If you don't want to ruin the wood, sanding is the best way. Use one of those sanding tools (belt sander or whatever) otherwise it rly will take forever.
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#3
sanding, paint stripper or heat gun. take your pick.
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you dont need to sand the paint all the way off. I dont know why everybody always thinks that is what you need to do. Just scuff sand it until it is no longer shiny. then you can paint over that. Its really the best way.


^ Also cost and time effective, considering how you'd only end up layering primer and base coats just to build the finish.