This is the second attempt at applying Cerakote to parts on my Audi S6. The parts come in various shapes and sizes but I think I can handle it.
This time I went with something new. I wanted to try a "natural" look and test out a clear coat medium temp solution. The exact color is Clear Coat Aluminum, specifically intended to adhere to polished aluminum surfaces. Turns out it doesn't look great if you apply it to sandblasted iron. I think it'd look great on a car going for a natural look or "rat" look. The finish was smooth as butter and very stout. I really think I did a good job applying it this time.
Everything was sprayed at 25 PSI. You can see that there was a very slight tinge of color but it was predominantly just a clear coat that made the surface ceramic in nature.
As I said, I really wasn't too hyped on this. In the meanwhile I realized that the black and copper looked quite nice on the engine so why not do that to the whole thing? Well, sort of. Check out the next Cerakote post to see what I mean.