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Old 12th August 2022
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I'll be the odd man out and recommend against powder coating, anything! I work in the marine industry and am constantly dealing with peeling powder coating. Once it starts to deteriorate, you can't feather it or touch it up at all. You have to grind/sand it all off and begin again. I'm not a fan. I know most of you will disagree but I much prefer a two part paint. Can be applied at home, easy to touch up and you can do it yourself. Just my 2 cents worth.

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Thanks for your input, Eric. I’ll take it into consideration.


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I'll be the odd man out and recommend against powder coating, anything! I work in the marine industry and am constantly dealing with peeling powder coating. Once it starts to deteriorate, you can't feather it or touch it up at all. You have to grind/sand it all off and begin again. I'm not a fan. I know most of you will disagree but I much prefer a two part paint. Can be applied at home, easy to touch up and you can do it yourself. Just my 2 cents worth.

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