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Powder coated fuselage stripping

DragonflyDH90

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A chap I have been speaking with has a an S1-C fuselage that has been powder coated, it was done quite a while ago and has started to show signs of minor corrosion.


He was wanting to look at the possibilities of stripping it back and re-painting with an epoxy, has anyone had any succes with removing powder coat? bead blasting, soda blasting, acid strip .............?


Any ideas?
 

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