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CCAI Announces Finishing Tip Tuesday Video Series

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The Chemical Coaters Association International (CCAI) has launched a new video series offering tips on a wide variety of finishing-related topics.


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Source | CCAI

The Chemical Coaters Association International (CCAI, Lakewood Ranch, Fla., U.S.) has announced the launch of a new video series based on tips provided by CCAI members and designed to cover a wide variety of finishing-related topics.

“In our efforts to continuously provide education to our membership and the industry,” says CCAI Executive Director, Anne Goyer, “we are launching our CCAI Finishing Tip Tuesday Video Series. These short videos are designed to provide the viewer with important tips related to finishing operations in a quick clip.”

Upcoming video topics include:

  • Line Density & Utilizing the Window of Opportunity
  • How to Clean Your Spray Gun
  • Techniques for Coating Removal
  • How to Coat the Inside of a Box
  • Considering PH when Choosing a Cleaning Solution
  • Storage Stability

CCAI debuted its first Finishing Tip Tuesday video on Housekeeping Tips on March 3. CCAI’s social media pages announce when new video tips are released and the videos can be viewed at

Suggested video tip topic may be sent to James Moore,, who manages CCAI’s video tip production. 


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