What is Cerakote?
Cerakote firearm coating is the leader in firearm finishing solutions:
Super durable, chemically impervious and remarkably
Cerakote is a liquid applied ceramic/epoxy hybrid coating engineered specifically for firearms. It is applied in thicknesses of 1 mil (1 mil = .001″) so it can be applied on nearly every surface of a firearm (including bolt threads and tolerance critical areas), with the exception of the inner barrel. Cerakote can also be used on non- firearm items such as knives, flashlights and any other items that demand high durability and thin film thicknesses
- Phenomenal Durability
- Incredible Flexibility
- Unmatched Corrosion Resistance
- Unmatched Chemical Resistance
- Wide Array of Color Options
- Can be applied to nearly ANY surface!
Shoreline Coatings specializes in Cerakote application for manufacturers and distributors. Our Custom designed ovens, conveyor line and climate controlled spray booth allow for lightning fast turnaround and color/gloss level consistency for any size batch load.
Our unique business model also allows us to complete extremely complex, one-off coatings such as detailed camouflage, custom masking, multiple colors, engraving, and custom firearm builds. Shoreline Coatings is the custom shop that makes one of a kind firearm works of art.
Certifications & Licenses
At Shoreline Coatings firearms, responsible gun ownership runs deep in our veins. We are a licensed Federal Firearms type 07 Manufacturer with SOT which allows us to coat any standard or NFA regulated firearm. We have significant experience coating many types of firearms including pistols, rifles, revolvers, suppressors and machine guns. Shoreline Coatings is factory trained and Cerakote Certified as a firearm coating application facility.
Tips and Advice
Picking the right cerakote colors that work together and achieve the exact look you desire can be tricky. We are adept at helping pick colors and determining an overall theme, but it is highly recommended that you due some preliminary research into your ideas. We have found that a brief “google images” search with appropriate keywords can help set you on the right path to brainstorming your creation and may even give new ideas that you hadn’t even considered.