Architectural Digest: You Should Be Powder Coating Everything

An article on the magazine’s website touts the benefits of powder over liquid spray coatings.


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Architectural Digest has a story on its website that should put a smile on the face of anyone in the powder coating business. Titled “You Should Be Powder Coating Everything,” it emphasizes the benefits of powder over conventional liquid spray coatings.

“I love the uniform thick coating—it feels professional, I don’t have to worry about nicks and scratches, and I love how easy it is to keep clean. And the intense, shiny color is just so beautiful to me,” says Angela Chrusciaki Blehm, who owns many furnishings that are powder coated.

Read the article.

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