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I do a lot of restaurant work. and this operator wants me to paint just the bottom 3 inches of their dinning room chairs. They are a powder coat finish. I've done this once before and completely sanded, primed and repainted them (different chairs), but I think that was over kill.

I thought this time I would just give them a good sanding, prime, and paint.

Would a regular oil base paint be enough or should I use a DTM paint?
 

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You treat it just like regular paint, just scuff and paint, no need to prime from what I've been told for powdercoaters. As I've dealt with this in my truck build.
As for what base paint I'm not sure.
 

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I do a lot of restaurant work. and this operator wants me to paint just the bottom 3 inches of their dinning room chairs. They are a powder coat finish. I've done this once before and completely sanded, primed and repainted them (different chairs), but I think that was over kill.

I thought this time I would just give them a good sanding, prime, and paint.

Would a regular oil base paint be enough or should I use a DTM paint?
We use Product Water Material property Solvent Chemical compound for exterior powder coated applications

For seat booth we use Krylon with a cut out template for standard colored or oil based for custom match in a Preval Spray Gun
 
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