high temp powder coating

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    Bruce Frye

    I left a call message at the techs and got no reply. I appreciate your responce.
    I purchased some black high temp hot coat a few months ago. I am just now getting to use the product. When I started to use it I noticed that the label says that it is good for a continuous exposure of 250 degrees. This product was supposed to be good for about 1000 degrees. I am going to coat exhaust manifold with it. Now I wanted to make sure it was the right powder coat and I went to the Eastwood site and you only sell the silver now. I just don’t want to go to the trouble of coating and end up with a mess with the wrong product.
    1. Is the black high temp #10325 ok to use. 2. why does it say continuous exposure up to 250 degrees 3. If it is a good high temp then why is it now discontinued. 4. I am very willing to get the silver if it is best..
    Thank You
    Bruce Frye

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