Jun 10, 2016 0 comment

“I just had a motorcycle rim powdercoated. Upon completion there were numerous small bubbles and specks on the part. He (the powdercoater) would not redo the part. His reply was that he didn’t know what I expected and that some (out) gassing was normal. He basically threw me out of his shop and told me he didn’t need my business. I just wanted the part to look nice for my money. Is that normal? “


“No it is not normal. Gassing can be caused by numerous things, but I suspect that improper cleaning caused it here. The specks can be dirt or other powders that may have been left in the gun or feed system causing cross-contamination. Go get your money back!”

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