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For as long and as often as I've been hitting flea markets, thrifts, and antique stores, this is the first paint-over can I've encountered. Might be a project for winter....lol
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Good Luck. Crowntainers are harder to do then other Cones. LEON.
 

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Yes, I was, But not my can. I rubbed it out for a Friend of mine from Rusty Bunch. It's pictured in there. LEON.
 

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As Leon mentioned the Rusty Bunch here is the link: https://www.therustybunch.com
They have the best method for removing paint over cans and it is easy.

NO, It's not easy. If you've done it, you'll know it's not easy. One guy spent 16 Hours removing paint from a can he did. Everybody will spend many hours depending on the can & type of paint & method used. There is a quicker way, but it only works on certain cans. If you read those RB post on Paint removal, you'll see I commented on or was the subject of many of the post. I am no longer a member & pretty much left that site for past 3 or 4 Years due to way too much Drama & Backstabbing in that site. It seems more relaxed in here with much less Drama.

P.S. I'm working on one now & already got like 6 hours into it & not done
 
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