Hope you don't mind @Lovecraft0110 but I felt this deserved its own topic!
Anyway, here's the reply I've been sat on since I saw this over there:
I like it! You've solved something I've really been struggling with!
It looks like this stuff is fantastic, not sure how I haven't heard of it already! It looks like you could get through it quite quickly (especially with larger models) but you can't argue with the results!
I have many questions though, obviously!
Most importantly, how dangerous is this stuff? Are gloves and/or a mask recommended, or REALLY needed?
Will extended exposure cause damage? Could you leave pieces soaking in this stuff without causing them to soften/warp etc?
I'm assuming that if it's safe for resin it's safe for plastic and metal?
Does it have any effect on super glue? ("yes" is the answer I'm hoping for!)
Is it reusable? It would be nice to store between uses and use it more than once, like I do with ISO/acetone. Perhaps use 'dirty' stripper to remove most of the paint, then 'clean' stripper and brush for a final pass?
Based on your choice of primer it looks like this stuff will work for oils and lacquers, but also acrylics?
Lastly, do you know what makes it so good?! Being able to bulk-buy the active ingredient (if there is only one) would of course be nice!
(it's a lot of questions, I know, and I'm sorry!)
Regarding the video, I had forgotten how short you said it was going to be - you really did cut this one down!
I think it would have been nice if you had perhaps mentioned some of the above (safety aspects in particular), but also given us more information about buying the stripper too - what volumes is it sold in, at what approximate prices? Maybe a link in the description for store/s you use? We know that it works (good), but next to nothing about it (not so good).
Aside from that though I think it's come out nicely - video/camera quality is as good as always, and you clearly demonstrated that this stuff is a must-have for resin!
When I can write it up I'm going to amend my stripping guide to link to your video. Would you mind later down the line (once I've tried some out myself) if I wrote my own section to go with the guide? I would of course give credit where it's due!