Powder coating the Best Coat way!
What Is a Powder Coating?
Powder coating is a means of applying high performance "paints" without the
use of solvents. The powders are electro statically charged with special
application equipment and sprayed onto a grounded part. An oven is used to
melt, flow, set and cure the powder The result is a uniform, smooth {or
textured}, tough, durable, corrosion resistant, aesthetically pleasing
coating that outperforms wet paint.
Where are Powder Coatings Used?
Powder Coatings are applied to any surface that can withstand baking
temperatures of 300 to 400 degrees F. Although most surfaces are metal,
other types of materials are powder coated; including wood products, some
plastics and glass.  Why Powder Coatings?
Powder coatings are used for a variety of reasons. They are tougher than
liquid paint and more corrosion resistant. The continuous, pinhole free film
is better looking and resistant to chipping, cracking and peeling. And
because there is no solvent, pollution is greatly reduced.

I for one swear by powder coating. In the past I had a small ornamental Iron
business, with many of the poles still looking like new , even after 10+
years. That is why I am glad I met Brenda Cuddeback of Best Coat Inc out of
Blaine MN.
Best Coat Inc. is an experienced {over 15 years} high quality applicator of
powder coatings. They will  help you decide the color scheme, explain the
finishing process from surface preparation to expectation of the finished
product, and then deliver what they promised.
Best Coat specializes in small quantity (300) pieces or less but will take
on just about any amount you need. With the capability of coating items up
to 16ft x 6ft x 3ft, I can't think of anything the average biker would need
more. They will take care of all your prep needs and apply the best coating
for your project. Best Coat Inc. is small in size but very big on service.

Best Coat Inc.
Brenda Cuddeback, President
1551 101st Avenue NE
Blaine, MN 55449
Telephone: 763.785.7086
E-mail: info@bestcoatinc.com

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