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    Question on Battery Hold Down Plate Refinish

    I found one of my previous hold down plates and overall it's in good shape except for the coating which has been peeling off. I've observed 2 things. One is the smoothness of the metal under the coating and the other is the coating itself which is rather thick and reminds me of Plastidip. I suspect the root cause for the coating failure is lack of adhesion.

    So here's a couple questions is it better to find a chemical stripper or just go after it with drill mounted steel wheel brushes?
    I figure the brushes will rough up the metal and ensure a better mechanical bond with whatever finish I use.
    And is Plastisol the best choice or should I look into some type of powder coat or expoxy paint?


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    I did one with plastidip, but I think it was on one I sold, so I don't know how it held up. IMHO I'd go with powder coating. I think overtightening on the OEM flexible coating contributes to its failure.
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