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Old 11-24-22, 09:05 AM
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Home powder coating

I was messing around one day, bored off my rear and powder coated some small parts at home using a harbor freight kit and my toaster oven.
The powder is cardinal 60% gloss black. These were rusted badly and I wanted to find out if I could make them acceptable looking. I used evapo-rust to get the rust off, then I used prep-all to clean and degrease.
Anyone else mess with powder coating at home?
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