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i used to powdercoat, and it is used with heat, it gets baked at about 400 to 500 degrees. it is a plastic type powder that when heated, it melts onto the metal creating a really good bond.. i dont think a chemical stripper would be very effective at the removal of the old powedercoat. i would not recommend coating over an existing color, you would have to have it sand blasted to remove the old coating and recoat with the new color.. hope this helps.
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