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How much does a Cerakote kit cost?

How much does a Cerakote kit cost?

Cerakote Pricing

Single Color
Lower Parts Kit $50
Upper Parts Kit $50
Barrel $145
Magazine $25

What’s better DuraCoat or Cerakote?

DuraCoat – Weighing Your Options For the Best Firearm Finish. Cured Cerakote absolutely beats cured DuraCoat in every measurable respect with regard to finish quality, abrasion resistance, and overall toughness.

Which Cerakote is best?

The H Series is probably the most common coating available. It isn’t as tough as the Elite series during lab tests, but it will still fight against corrosion and chemicals better than other available coatings, and it’s so popular that you can get the protection you need in almost any color imaginable, even gold.

Is Cerakote good for your gun?

This gun coating is part sealant, part finish — perfect for extending the longevity of your firearm. Cerakote is a great option because not only is it water-proof and able to fully protect a firearm, it is also available in a myriad of finishes to create anything from a bold to subtle look.

What temperature is Cerakote?

For optimal cure, place the coated pieces in a 250°F oven and cure for 2 hours. For a quick cure, 1 hour at 300°F is sufficient. If the substrate material is heat-sensitive (such as plastic or wood) then a 200°F cure for 2 hours is adequate.

Does Cerakote scratch easily?

Hardness: Test reports have rated cerakote coatings with a pencil hardness of 9H. Other than hardness, there is a scratch resistance rating of 6H. Cerakote ensures that you don’t end up spoiling your firearm because of any scratches or nails.

How long is Cerakote good for?

12 months
Details for Cerakote Storage We warranty all Cerakote products for 12 months from the date of shipment.

What surfaces can you Cerakote?

Cerakote can be applied to most substrates including but not limited to: Aluminum, steel, titanium, brass, copper, chrome plating, glass, polymers, plastics, wood, and even some fabrics!

Does Cerakote need to be oiled?

Cerakote is a type of gun coating as well as a finish, so it’s kind of like a lacquer for your gun. It isn’t moisture proof, as blued steel needs a coat of water-repellant oil (such as a good gun lube or oil) to keep water out and rust from forming.

What temperature is needed for Cerakote?

Where to buy Cerakote coating?

Cerakote is a global leader in the manufacturing of thin-film protective ceramic coatings. Specialized finishes for Automotive, Aerospace, Industrial, Consumer Electronics, Sports & Fitness and more. Browse our Gallery, locate a Certified Applicator, or contact us about your coating needs.

Which spray gun for Cerakote?

scubajosh77. Have heard some just use an airbrush,have heard others use larger HVLP guns.

  • David Panciotti. Having one of each is ideal.
  • scubajosh77. I’ve already got a water filter on my compressor.
  • Bob T
  • Fattman. Hope to see pics when you start.
  • JKRacing64.
  • David Panciotti.
  • rgv.
  • redcreek.
  • Greyhoundman.
  • How to apply Cerakote coating?

    Degrease prior to sand blasting parts. We like to use spray TCE from Brownells.

  • Don’t skimp on the degreaser. Always order more then you need.
  • Prep is everything. Any finishing professional will tell you this.
  • Have ample space to hang parts. We made a hanger to allow our parts to hang during the coating process.
  • Invest in a decent curing oven.
  • How to Cerakote yourself?

    Cerakote is a durable firearm finish that not only protects from rust and corrosion, it also is vary slick. In this video we will show you the process that y…

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