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Adams Redline Repaint/ composite top issues

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I was given an old Adams Redline RPM driver that I am planning on repainting. It says on the driver that it has a composite top, so I am worried about using paint stripper on the club. Would the paint stripper mess up the composite top?

 

If paint stripper is a bad idea, should I just use sandpaper to take the finish off?

 

I plan on using a three part paint process utilizing automotive paint spray cans and wetsanding.

 

I was given the club without a head cover, so I ordered on ebay a new head cover that comes with the removable weights. Hopefully I can get the club looking nice and have a driver that I can use for a few years.

 

Finally, Is it worth spending thirty bucks or so on this driver? I don't have an emotional attachment or anything. I am just trying to put together a decent bag for as cheap as possible.

 

Thanks for the help and your time!

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You don't need to strip the paint. Just rough it up with a scotch brite pad or something.
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