Anything that is capable of removing powder coating will be pretty strong stuff and will burn etc. on skin contact. Having said that, it only contains the chemical that was removed from Nitromors to make it pc in today's world. Safety glasses, long rubber gloves (like you would wear in a blast cabinet) and lots of ventilation and all will be fine - I personally do it outside in the garden and that would be my recommendation. Remove as much as you can using various implements and then stick it in a large container of water and wait till it stops fizzing! Any remaining coating will probably scrape off ok, but if not, dry and repeat on the remainder. Powder coating if done correctly is very tough and even with this stuff it will take a reasonable amount of time to soften. On alloy components especially, I prefer to strip chemically and the bead blast using fine glass bead - it's much kinder to the surface than grit.