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Article about: Hi all, This is a very interesting forum. I have a 98k relic bayonet that my father found in Nuremburg in the early 1950s. For better or worse, he painted the metal parts to stop the rust. I

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    Hi all,
    This is a very interesting forum. I have a 98k relic bayonet that my father found in Nuremburg in the early 1950s. For better or worse, he painted the metal parts to stop the rust. I'm wondering if it is worth it to remove the paint and if so what is the best technique to do so. The metal underneath has lots of small pitting from rust.

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    Hi Tud, and welcome to the forum!

    Simply use any commercial brand of paint stripper and that will do the job fine.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Hello,
    Yes please, take some "before/after" pics...
    Thanks
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    Thanks for the advice. I'll try to post before/after pix. My dad was stationed in Nuremburg in the early '50s in the US Army and said he'd found the piece in an alley.

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