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A: I would test it. It would depend what the metal is.
A: No, but it depends on what you call ''damaging''. Whenever you use a mechanical device to remove a surface coating there will be some damage to the metal.
A: Not sure, but it did not remove lately with the assis assistance of paint stripper
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A: For a drill
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A: No it didn't with me. It worked fine.
A: Have one of these and it holds the wire(s) quite well used it on several projects biggest project was stripping a metal tractor wheel that was painted with Rustoleum about 45 years ago the brush is still OK. I always wear a plastic face shield when working with brushes.
A: No this brush does not throw off those pieces of metal but it is not thin strands of wire but thicker rigid bristles. It works great.
A: The wires on this are pretty strong, but I notice the occasional wire on the floor I'm stripping. I haven't seen any fly off, I'll just notice one on the floor.
A: I did not have that problem. Used for about 2 hours.