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DIY Powder Coating - Scotty

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#1 CasperZR



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Posted 19 June 2017 - 10:15 AM

Greetings, gents!

New to the forum here. Hoping someone would be interested in sharing some insight into a DIY guide or some processes on re-finishing putters and additionally, applying powder coat. I've gone through some searches, but haven't found too much to get me started in the right direction.

I'm hoping to keep myself busy with a few projects on some of my old sticks and it'd be nice to have my wife tell me that I can actually do something on my own.

Appreciate it!

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#2 Rig14Port



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Posted 19 June 2017 - 02:25 PM

Doubt powder coating is going to be a viable or affordable DIY option. You may want to google powder coating to learn more about how that process works. Maybe look at firing arm coatings such as cerakote and duracoat. Both are very durable coatings that can be applied quite easily. They also come in numerous colors. The cheapest option would be a can of enamel spray paint.
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