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Stripping Chemicals

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Q. I was reading an answer to a question in a previous column of yours about stripping chemicals used to remove powder coatings from magnesium parts. What are the chemicals that you are talking about and where can I get them? D. R.

 

A. The editors of this publication frown on mentioning supplier names, since it can get some of their advertisers particularly angry. They do however, have no problem with me mentioning the magazine’s web site (www.pfonline.com/suppliers.html), which is a great source for supplier information. Try it!
 

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