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Old 01-22-2007, 11:18 PM
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Looking to remove paint from my swim platform. Its a bar styleplatfor like seen on a powerplay or as in my case a Thoroughbred. I want to repaint it because of the chipping and peeling of it. I beleive its stainless if im correct
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Old 01-23-2007, 01:29 PM
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Its aluminum and the best way to refinish it is to have it sand blasted and powdercoated.
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Old 01-23-2007, 10:11 PM
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Hey griff i just took it off and took some paint off it is SS but i would assume the same physics and system would apply to cleaning and painting am i correct??
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Hey griff i just took it off and took some paint off it is SS but i would assume the same physics and system would apply to cleaning and painting am i correct??


I paint, and you are correct! if it's a peeling problem then it needs to be blasted! but if it's just chips from use then it can be featheredged and painted over with no problem............
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no it need to be taken down to bare steel then re shot do i have to power coat or can i prime and paint
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have it powder coated it will look much better and last longer.
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have it powder coated it will look much better and last longer.
I have to disagree. When the pc starts to chip, and it will, it comes off in big flakes.
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no it need to be taken down to bare steel then re shot do i have to power coat or can i prime and paint


If it's a peeling (adhesion) problem then it needs to be stripped, if it's just chips from use it can be featheredged and primed then refinished. And I agree with Cuda, have it painted rather than powdercoated..........
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I used paint stripper from lowes and had mine powdercoated again. The stripper made it easy to get off.
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The chips are huge nothing that a blend or feather edge will help i have a bady guy that does all custome stuff (if anyone need it also) to take care of it i just have to prep it but i want to be part of the project so that we can do a little customeizing with paint=-)
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