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    tired of idiots vz58's Avatar
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    Default cerakote and anodizing

    I have some lowers machined from billet and forgings I want to cerakote.

    The instructions for cerakoting state the part needs to be blasted, if I do that then it would remove the anodizing, (that I have not done yet). So there is no need to anodize the part?

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    Use one or the other, not both.

    Anodizing is better IMO.

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    but if you had the choice of the home anodizing which is not as good as hard anodizing and cerakote......

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    Quote Originally Posted by vz58 View Post
    but if you had the choice of the home anodizing which is not as good as hard anodizing and cerakote......
    Then my choice would be molyresin.

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