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Old 07-06-2012, 06:34 AM   #41
Greg T
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I looked at the specs for the B&D heat gun you are looking at. It says it is 1375 Watts where as the Darcie Heat Tool that I have says it is 300 Watts. I think the B&D one would be too much. I've used heat guns before to strip paint and they do a fantastic job of it. This is just my opinion. Did you look up Darcie Heat Tool?
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