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    Hey Brian, If you are going to torch the bare plastic, dont you think the plastic will melt?

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    You just pass it over the peice. It warms it up and burns off any contaminants like mold release.

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    I use a flexible plastic primer for both motorcycle panels and bare bumpers to have a flexible coating. Sanding ofcourse is the best way to make it stick and blow torching it will create more adhesion than baking.

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    I am going to try that when I colour tummy dishes on a Snowmobile, I have had excellent fortune so far but this may help even more, Thanks

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