James Rodrigues: I'd rather powder coat it .way stronger imo
Will Moon: For cleanup, what kind of solvent do you recommend? I'm having a heck of a time getting it out of my airbrush. I'm using it for folding knife coatings btw, and it's working really well.
Cerakote: @Sal Calderon - No, there will not be a quality difference in the coating as long as it is fully cured at those times and temperatures. Thank you!
Sal Calderon: I ahve a question? Will there be a diffrence in quality if did I the quick cure instead of standard? 45min @ 300 vs 120min @250?
jay wallace: Can I use stencils on polymer or synthetic stocks? The video only says metal quick cure for stencils.
mark v: I noticed after curing I had a blemish and a miss. Will I still be able to blast off the coating ?
Jimmy Jones: Hey i was wondering once this coating is placed over gold inlays if you could relay the gold on the piece with Bonanza Gold or if its totally resistant to any sort of filling?
Kyle Davidson: Plastic or polymer? Hmmm
Topsy Kretz: Can I use a dedicated HVLP turbine system to apply cerakote?
undecided: you do not blast frame rails with anything at all...good way to freak crap up.
Anthony Chirillo: Great video! I'm in the middle of building my paint booth as I post this comment!
Alessia “jiggajaw” Aikley: Looks like a huge pain in the ass. They need to get this process down to about half as many steps, at most.
Slap Stick: Just wondering if there are any other applications that you use this product for? Tools? Heat resistant parts? Looks fascinating. Also, after you sandblast, how do you remove any sand particles adhered to the parts you want to coat...do you air blast them off? Wipe? Steam?
Max's crafts: my god that is a lot of work i think i will just stick to the factory finish
Cerakote Ceramic Firearm Coating Application Video5
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