I've just left the Eastwood site and found a couple of bits of info. Concerning the oven temp: the powder has to be cured at 400 degrees. Probably too hot for wood, definitely too hot for glue joints. Concerning the electrostatic charge: The part being coated doesn't get charged. The powder itself is given a positive charge in the spray gun. Another interesting thing is that the powder itself is either epoxy or poly. Either, of course, can be applied with more conventional methods but at the expense of the mirror smooth finish that can be obtained with powder coating. Oh well, another good idea that doesn't work. Pkr2 Addendum: This thread was started in the thread titled "nitro cellulose laquer".