> You could take it to a sandblasting company and get an estimate,
> perhaps the easiest way if it is cost effective.
In the past I've had alloy motorcycle parts such as engine cases, cylinders
and wheels bead-blasted with a great deal of success; there is generally less
wear than there is with silica, but I imagine the finer grades of silica will
do the job too, especially if there are a great many layers of paint
involved. But get a professional to do it though.
Hope this helps,
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