In every test Cerakote out performed the other products. CERAKOTE Chemical Resistance WD-40, Motor Oil, Gun Cleaner, Lacquer Thinner, Mineral Spirits, Methyl Ethyl Ketone, Gasoline, Diesel, Graffiti Remover, Brake Cleaner, Denatured Alcohol, Paint Stripper, 5% HCl Solution, Acetone, Ammonia, Brake cleaner, Carb Cleaner,
H-Series is the most durable of the standard Cerakote product andprovides the best performance in hardness, wear,scratch,resistance, adhesion and rust resistance. It can withstand temperatures up to 400f degrees and comes in nearly 50 colors. HSeries is a thermal cure finish and therefore should not be applied to optics and other items or substrates which cannot be cured at the required temperatures. CERAKOTE Chemical Resistance WD-40, Motor Oil, Gun Cleaner, Lacquer Thinner, Mineral Spirits, Methyl Ethyl Ketone, Gasoline, Diesel, Graffiti Remover, Brake Cleaner, Denatured Alcohol, Paint Stripper, 5% HCl Solution, Acetone, Ammonia. Cerakote
C-Series should ONLY be used for high-temp applications up to 1700°, such as suppressors and machine gun barrels. C-Series is available in a wide range of colors to match the overall finish requirement of the firearm or weapons system. C-Series is used to coat scopes and other optics, as well as fiberglass,polymer and other substrates which cannot be thermally cured. A growing number of firearm manufacturers are seeing the benefits of having a premium Cerakote finish. Cerakote DFAC (Dry Film Anti-Carbon) Treatment for internal parts (ex.Bolts etc) Is a dry film ceramic coating with special properties and attributes specially suited to tight tolerance applications and high-wear internal parts, such as bolts, bolt carriers, barrels and 1911 barrel bushings, etc… Cerakote DFAC penetrates the metal substrate and therefore adds minimal (.25 to .50 mil) thickness. In addition when applied to certain internal firearms parts, helps to reduce carbon fouling by resisting carbon adhesion, which promotes reduced maintenance, easier cleaning and improved operational reliability. DFAC imparts a medium grey to dark grey/black color to most steel substrates. Its primary purpose is one of functionality rather than aesthetics as the parts will “burnish” over time changing the original coated appearance of the parts while maintaining the anti-friction and anti-carbon attributes of the coating.