Guy Nuzum: I'm interested to know if the cerakote clear will bond to my duracoated handgun...
pimpmafuqa: You should add that you should do a blotter test with the compressed air before blowing any of the blasted surfaces. worked 10 years as an industrial coater and i cant tell you how many times i;ve seen people ruin a paint job with contanimated air lines and compressors.
Big Shawarma: Will you guys be able to coat a completed 80% if it's still raw aluminum?
Kiril Mitrashkov: If you cover heattreated knife blade with Cerakote, wouldn't the curing at 250 Fahrenheit (~120 Celsius) ruin the heattreatment? If so - how can blades get coated?
Larry McElhaney: Cerakote is not Ceramic
Ron McCall: If I am doing a three color stencil job, does it have to be done in one setting? Spray - flash - stencil - spray - flash - stencil - spray - flash - stencil. In other words can you let the Cerakote completely cure and then stencil and add another color.
Villamor78: So I can use H series on polymers and plastics by oven curing at 150-180 degrees?
jeremy Rivera: what is your number?
Matt B: Typo at the end of the video, 9:04. "Contact the manufacturer prior to over curing." Should be "oven curing." Not judging, just trying to help since this is a professional video.
Jason NOT Bourne: need to cerakote my beretta 92fs
cerebrexx: Is it possible to air dry a cerakoted scope, instead of putting it in the oven? This is H-series, and the manufacturer advised against heating it.