Since my boat moved into the shed, most blasting is out of the question, no soda or walnut shell locally, I am thinking about using the Peel Away products to strip the bottom paint and topside finish.
Anyone have experience with the Peel Away line, or have a suggestion on a "safe" marine paint stripper?
I agree, all effort should be towards having it blasted. If it's not feasible, a large scraper and a good sander/vacuum can do it. Spilt the job into days/weeks because it is a lot of hard work. I still would prefer doing it this way then chemicals that would be overhead and dripping on you.
I attempted one time to strip the bottom of my boat due to poor prep prior to painting. Too much work, too little success.
Had South Coast Soda Blasting clean hull, well worth the $. Coat of barrier and two coats of Micron CSC black.
Zero problems since.
In addition, I don't paint my hull every year, too much build up.