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....
Greetings DuraCoat Fans!All too often we get the question "What's the difference between DuraCoat and DuraBake?" or "Is DuraCoat or DuraBake better?" Well, these are actually very simple questions once you understand the two products a little better. DuraCoat®, our flagship product, is a two-part urethane coating. DuraCoat Hardener is the catalyst and is mixed with the DuraCoat when you are ready to spray. The two components combine and start to cure at room temperature. This gives you a pot life, or working time, of 6-8 hours. DuraCoat dries to the touch in 20 minutes and can be handled in...
Greetings DuraCoat Fans and Newcomers!Welcome to the NEW DuraCoat Blog known as, The DuraBlog! Here we will discuss Tips, Tricks, and Tactics for using DuraCoat Firearm Finishes with a focus on many of our lesser known products. We will also have How-To Tutorials, New Product Releases, and even some great projects done by DuraCoat users. Follow us or check back often!Thanks for joining us! The Lauer Custom Weaponry and DuraCoat Team