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Custom Restoration Guide 2017

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18 SUBSTRATE PREPARATION SELECTING A PROCESS DOCUMENT BASED ON IDENTIFICATION AND PAINT REMOVAL TECHNIQUE CHEMICAL MECHANICAL PRE-PRIMED USED SUBSTRATE SANDBLAST SODA BLAST MEDIA BLAST STRIP STRIP (DA) PARTS (E-COATS) (LKQ) PARTS ALUMINUM* PD-1152 PD-1154 PD-1154 PD-1154 PD-1120 PD-1130 CARBON FIBER PD-1153 PD-1153 PD-1153 PD-1130 CAST IRON PD-1151 PD-1153 PD-1153 PD-1153 PD-1153 PD-1120 PD-1130 FIBERGLASS PD-1153 PD-1153 PD-1153 PD-1120 PD-1130 GELCOAT PD-1153 PD-1153 PD-1153 PD-1120 PD-1130 MAGNESIUM POT METAL PD-1151 PD-1153 PD-1153 PD-1153 PD-1130 POWDERCOAT PD-1120 SMC PD-1153 PD-1153 PD-1153 PD-1120 PD-1130 STEEL PD-1151 PD-1152 PD-1154 PD-1154 PD-1154 PD-1120 PD-1130 COLD ROLLED PD-1151 PD-1152 PD-1154 PD-1154 PD-1154 PD-1120 PD-1130 GALVANIZED PD-1151 PD-1152 PD-1154 PD-1154 PD-1154 PD-1120 PD-1130 STAINLESS PD-1151 PD-1153 PD-1153 PD-1153 PD-1120 PROCESS UNAVAILABLE FOR SUBSTRATE *Remove coating from Anodized Aluminum, then treat as regular Aluminum in above chart. PD-1152 PD-1152 PD-1152 PD-1152 STEEL— DO NOT PAINT If painting powder-coated parts, treat as Used Part and follow PD-1130. If stripping powder coating from substrate, use process for the metal type. If preparing substrate for powder coat, follow vendor recommendations. STEEL— STEEL—

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