Five Restorative Uses for Powder Coating

When you have metal items—be they lawn furniture, tools or other equipment—there’s only so much you can do to prevent wear and tear while the surface is unprotected. Weather, heat, friction and other factors can all do a number on your metal components. Powder coating is often the right answer. There are dozens of uses for powder coating in Washington. The element they all have in common is that they protect your metal from further wear and tear. Here are five restorative uses for powder coating:

  • Restore your vehicle: Powder coating isn’t suitable as a paint job substitute, but it can be a great way to protect your rims or exhaust system. It’s also a great way to preserve vintage components to further preserve your car’s authenticity. If you have questions about how to best take care of your vehicle’s metal components, ask one of our powder coating specialists.
  • Spruce up your exterior fixtures: Many homeowners and business owners love metal yard décor—it can transform a boring exterior into something exciting. However, even the highest quality metal décor will take a beating from the Washington weather. Powder coating can make your old birdbaths, metal fences and lampposts look brand new once more.
  • Make your metal furniture look new again: All furniture undergoes wear and tear, but this is especially true of metal furniture. It’s prone to rust, dents, scratches and degradation that can cause it to lose its luster. If your metal furniture—indoors or outdoors—is starting to look worse for the wear, consider powder coating it. It will help protect your metal furniture from daily wear and tear that can damage its appearance.
  • Get your bike back into fighting shape: Whether you ride your bike every day or want to start getting back into the habit, powder coating your bike and its components can go a long way toward protecting it from damage. Why not preserve your most environmentally-friendly mode of transportation—especially if it makes it look better than ever?
  • Fix your machine components: Machine components—especially in an industrial setting—undergo a lot of use. Over time, those components will not only degrade, but they’ll look worse for the wear, too. One of the best ways to solve this problem is to get them powder coated. Not only will they look great, but they’ll also stand up to constant usage so you get more than your money’s worth.

Powder coating is suitable for a variety of different applications. If you’re not sure whether your metal components, furniture or fixtures can be powder coated, just ask. The team at Powder Vision, Inc. has nearly 25 years of experience powder coating and restoring metal parts and objects for clients throughout Washington. Why not protect your metal objects with a durable, beautiful finish? We’re happy to tell you more about restorative uses for powder coating in Washington—get in touch with us today to learn more or get a quote. We look forward to assisting you!