I know, another thread on paint-stripping. I've searched the archives, both here at RR-Line, and have a couple questions. First, background, I bought a bunch of Harriman cars from MDC on their clearance sale and want to strip the paint. I contacted MDC and, after telling me I should have bought undec's (which weren't on sale) they told me (a) the paint is acrylic and (b) to avoid any kind of solvent. So, I've heard of using brake-fluid, alcohol, pine-sol, and laundry detergent as well as commercial products that are intended to be paint strippers, but which of these are "solvent" based. The MDC rep did recommend against alcohol. If anyone has actually stripped an MDC car (they're molded in black plastic, btw) your comments are especially appreciated. I don't really care how long they have to soak, but I don't want to mess up any cars if I can help it. As I often do, I'm posting both here at RR-line, so if you already answered there no need to answer again! Thanks!