Knocking down old paint in crevices - there has to be a tool

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Old 07-29-18, 07:20 PM
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Knocking down old paint in crevices - there has to be a tool

It's taking me forever to sand within these crevices, is there some sort of sanding tool that can easily get into crevices to sand?
Sort of like a hairbrush with surrounding bristles but the bristles have a certain grit.
Anything come to mind or is there a technique to sand into the sucky design of these wheels?
 
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Are you trying to remove all the paint ?
If you are..... you'll never sand it all off.
You'd need look into sand blasting or chemical stripping.
 
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I only want to scuff it enough to repaint it.
 
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Emery cloth (crocus cloth) is fine grit sand paper on a roll. That may be helpful.
A wire brush in a drill may work.
 
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You could also get a 3m sanding sponge (the thin pads that are 4x6 or so) and cut it into strips.
 
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Good idea. Even the ScotchBrite sponges with the green back will work to scuff the paint.
 
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I'm thinking a fine wire wheel or flapper wheel that attaches to my drill is the best option
 
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