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Re: [Rollei] Mutar lens coating removal

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<P>This is great!&nbsp; Perfect!&nbsp; Thank you.&nbsp; Looks like I'm on my way to Home Despot.&nbsp; I wondered what it was, but alcohol and nail polish didn't faze the coating.&nbsp; This mutar cost me $20, and I've already learned a lot from it.&nbsp; And it still works, in fact better than when I got it.&nbsp; So I figure that I'm already ahead.</P>
<P>Perhaps you will elucidate on long-wave UV work?&nbsp; What does that mean?&nbsp; Maybe that's an application for my newly modified Mutar.</P>
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<DIV></DIV>From: dshea   
<DIV></DIV>Reply-To: rollei  
<DIV></DIV>Subject: Re: [Rollei] Mutar lens coating removal 
<DIV></DIV>Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 06:57:52 -0600 (MDT) 
<DIV></DIV>I recently removed the coating from a lens with (brace yourself) paint 
<DIV></DIV>remover ("Jasco" Premium Paint and Epoxy Remover), it worked great! It 
<DIV></DIV>took everything off in one application, I applied two just to be certain 
<DIV></DIV>and then cleaned the elements well. If you are working on something that 
<DIV></DIV>has real value you may want some other opinions; in my case I was working 
<DIV></DIV>on an inexpensive "E" series Nikkor that I bought specifically to remove 
<DIV></DIV>the coating from for long-wave UV work. 
<DIV></DIV>Good luck, 
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