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I am planning to powdercoat some steel this weekend and wonder what is the best way to fill a few minor welding pin holes before I powder/bake it?
Would filling the holes with standard solder (resin or acid cored?) be acceptable, then go the usual route to powder and bake it.
I guess the bottom line is how hot can one of these solders go before it turns back to liquid and messes up the coating in the over?
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