Hotcoat Powder Silver Vein

Hotcoat Powder Silver Vein

Product Review (submitted on May 29, 2013):

The sample picture does not come close to doing this color justice. This color is a really great color. The final color is really cool looking but It's as cool to watch bake in the oven.
I had some brackets done for my old Excursion in this color professionally years ago and what I am coating in my garage now is at least equal in quality to what I paid a shop to do and the color is exactly the same. I shot a coat of the high gloss clear over the silver vein which really makes it "pop" and shine like it's still wet. The trick I used to shoot the clear was to pull the part out of the oven after curing the Silver Vein, let it cool for about 5 minutes then shoot the clear on it. Thicker pieces will still be hot and the clear will actually melt and gloss over right away. I then throw them back in the oven, lower the heat to 375 and back for another 20 minutes. The pieces come out fantastic.
I am rebuilding a rock crawling vehicle, a 1972 Jeepster Commando. I am powder coating all of the door handles, hinges, anything chrome in the Satin Black powder (which is great BTW) and I'm doing the tailgate hardware, latches, and other brackets in the Silver Vein (which is actually black with silver bleeding through) and it really accents the satin black items.
If you're on the fence about this color, jump over and get some. It will be one of your favorite colors.
I'll take some pictures and add them here, Eastwood should but I'll help them and I know it will sell more of this color!