#1
I'm not currently making a pedal (but have parts to make a few).
I was wondering. Painting the pedal. If you just use regular spray paint, it may tend to chip off.
I have seen some products (not just pedals, but other appliances) that use baked on enamel. This type of finish is VERY durable.
Is it possible to do this just with a home oven?
Paint it with an enamel paint then stick it in the oven?
If so, how long and what temperature? Any special type of paint to use?

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#2
Anyone?
Baked on enamel is a very durable type of finish and being that pedals are kind of abused, I would think that this would be a desirable finish.
#3
I think if you're using the oven for food, then no. The stuff kind of stays in the oven and can get into your food, which is a nono.

This will need confirmation, but I'm pretty sure on a tutorial I read (try google, I can't remember where it was) it said that you need a seperate oven.

However, if you have a spare, then sure, I'm pretty sure it works
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#4
I was thinking maybe something along the lines of a toaster oven.
You can get those pretty cheap, like $20 or less at a second hand shop or a yard sale.
And I have 3 of those (only use 2 for food).
And I found this last night : http://www.autodidactics.com/woodboxoven/index.html

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