Hi everyone, My "old girl" Daisy has been sitting in the shed for a few months, whilst I invested in some more powerful tools to make my life easier and I am now tackling her paintwork to get her back to bare metal. I started off sanding and then gave up with that and then tried paint stripper. That worked, however it was slow going and needed a few coats to get through nearly 50 years of paint layers. I have since found "Strip-It-Discs", or Poly-Abrasive Discs. These things on an angle grinder are amazing and get back to bare metal in no time. Are these discs too good to be true and are they ok to use? They build up a bit of heat in a large panel, but they seem to be doing a great job. I'm interested in others thoughts, because I don't want to damage metal underneath and it almost seems too easy using these.