/ Paint stripper
Don't get Nitromors on a stripper, they'll ban you from the club and probably sue.
I wouldn't use it on anything plastic.
If it's wooden, I'd probably just use a scraper (the type intended for tidying up gloss paintwork that takes a stanley knife blade, or just a stanley blade itself would be best), tidy up by gently rubbing with some wire wool and touch up the Oil/Stain if needed.
No it's just plastic. ABS apparently.
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