I suppose that minaret is the most experienced denizen in this subject matter, but I thought I'd throw it out into the forum so that others might gain some knowledge on this question: I am about to repaint my cockpit
with Sterling LPU (I was fortunate enough to stockpile some ahead for this eventuality). My Edson steering pedestal
arm engine control box
are showing the effects of twelve years of UV light on their powder coat finishes. I would like to know what the appropriate prep would be to apply LPU over the existing powder coat. I could sand it all off, but I'd prefer to keep the work
down to a minimum, if I can. I planned to sand the finish with 220 grit paper, then, if needed, use a thin undercoat, followed by a couple coats of LPU, the same color as my cockpit
will be painted (Cloud White). Any comments?