The DuraBlog — Product Uses
Have troublesome plastic or synthetic parts? Don’t have access to sandblasting? Trying to DuraCoat® something really big? What can you do? Use Adhesion Promoter! DuraCoat® Adhesion Promoter is a super time saver (and life saver, many times over) if you don’t have the option to blast your parts. Adhesion Promoter comes in a convenient aerosol can for fast application. Just degrease your parts and apply. No blasting or sanding! Allow it to dry and then apply DuraCoat®. Never again will you worry about poor adhesion on those oily stocks!Click Here to Buy
DuraCoat®, our flagship product, is well known but did you know that we at Lauer Custom Weaponry manufacture and sell a complete line of finishing products, coatings, and equipment? We don’t manufacture just one coating; we have a product for every need and situation. We pride ourselves in offering a solution for every demand. DuraCoat® Being the most popular product and the reason for our existence in the firearms industry, DuraCoat® expectedly is available in the most variety. It is currently available in around 300 colors including several specialty color collections. These color collections offer a quick way to easily...
Greetings DuraCoat Fans! Have you heard about DuraBlue™ Spray-On Bluing yet? If not, boy do we have news for you. DuraBlue™ Spray-On Bluing by the makers of DuraCoat® Firearm Finishes is taking the firearm industry by storm. This revolutionary new firearm coating replaces the need for traditional bluing methods. Whether it be hot caustic bluing, cold bluing, rust bluing, or any other type of traditional gun bluing that you do yourself or pay someone to do for you, you can use DuraBlue instead. It is indistinguishable from traditional gun bluing! You have to see it to believe it! You can do this! -...
Greetings DuraCoat Fans!In today's post, we will discuss the fast growing trend of using DuraCoat Firearm Finishes with hydrographics, also known as "water transfer" or "dipping". Hydrographics can add artistic value, unique patterns, or camouflage to a firearm in a relatively simple and inexpensive way. This process can of course also be used on basically anything, not just guns. In case you are unfamiliar with the process I will briefly explain. An item, be it a firearm or something else, will first be coated with some type of sprayed on finish or paint that will act as a base coat....