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    Removing Powder coating


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    Hi have a ti scale that is powder coated and would like to remove it. Any suggestions. Thanks

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    Sand or bead blasting will probably be your best choice but you may end up with a slight orangepeel texture on the Ti. Powdercoat is pretty tough stuff.

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    I dont know if it would work on power coating but I know Oven Cleaner removed anadiozed coating before. Just a thought. What about Paint stripper?:confused

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    Thanks guys, I have heard paint stripper will not work as powder coating is much tougher.

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    A gel type paint stripper containing methylene chloride should do the trick. It just takes longer to remove a baked-on or catalyzed finish than an air-dry finish. A hot lye solution mixed with methylene chloride is used to strip baked paint in a commercial setting.

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    Thanks tiguy7 I will look for that.

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