Sick of those 70s-inspired — or maybe that should read “sticker-upcharge-inspired” — pinstripes the dealer added to your brand new Honda? Remove ’em with a pin striping removal kit.
The kit is really just a 4,000 rpm “Pinstripe Removal Tool” — technically an air powered polisher with a safety lever — and 12 “smart eraser” 3-1/2″ rubber pads. The rubber pads strip the striping off without killing what’s underneath.
If you have the extra hundred dollars to spring for this and need to remove a ton of pin striping it looks like a good deal.
Or, hell, it looks pretty much like a die grinder to me. I’d guess you could pick up these eraser discs from a variety of sources.