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The first step of powder coating is cleaning and degreasing your workpiece. Dirt, oils, and other contaminants left on a powder coated part can cause adhesion issues including complete delamination of the coating, and visual issues such as specks, bumps, of fish eyes visible in the coating. Following the steps in this article will ensure that your parts are thoroughly cleaned and ready for the next step in the powder coating process.
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You can use powder coat to restore your engine accessories to better-than-new condition. The finish is durable, easy to clean, and will protect your engine parts from corrosion. Learn how to powder coat here: http://www.powdercoatguide.com/2015/05/how-to-spray-powder-coat.html#.W4eLd7gnZ9N
Learn how to put together your own sandblasting dust collector for less than $100. Cheaper sandblasting cabinet usually don't come with any sort of dust collector. Without it, it can become very hard to see inside your cabinet during use. http://www.powdercoatguide.com/2013/07/media-blasting-continued.html#.Wv0jSCAh19N