Powder Coat Your Kitchen

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A lot of people think of powder coating, and think it only belongs outside. And while it’s true that there are a lot of purposes and uses for powder coating outside, this idea limits you on what you can do with your home! Many items in your house could benefit from a powder coating finish.


Transform the steel in your kitchen


To give your kitchen a really sleek look, powder coat steel countertops. Try a white powder coating next to your dark stained wood cabinets. Or powder coat your steel cabinets red to compliment your black marble countertops. If you have beautiful white granite countertops, consider getting stainless steel barstools, and powder coat them white to match your counters.


Powder Coating isn’t just for metal


You can apply a powder coat finish to wood as well. This opens up a world of possibilities in your kitchen. Painting your wooden cabinets is a time intensive product, and for the time that you have to put into it, the time it takes to wear off is disappointingly quick. Powder Coating is a much more durable alternative. Not only will your cabinets look stunning in whatever color you choose, but you can rest easy knowing that they will continue to look like new for a long time.


Reinvent your appliances


Despite your kitchen appliances looking shiny and modern when you purchased them years back, they’re starting to look a little dingy. Or perhaps you’ve never been able to invest in appliances that match. Your fridge is white, your microwave black, your dishwasher is somehow stained despite being stainless steel, and your oven range has chipped paint and looks unappealing. Powder coating is an easy solution to make all of your kitchen appliances match, no matter their age or manufacturer. This is especially true if you’ve always dreamed of having boldly colored appliances in your kitchen, like bright red or powder blue. It can be hard to find the appliances you want in the colors you dream of. Powder coating makes it more than simple to have the bold kitchen you’ve always wanted.


If you’re looking to start small, a great option is to powder coat all of the handles on your cabinets and drawers. This will make them durable and stain resistant, and your kitchen will be completely unique and customized, even with such a small upgrade.


There’s no reason not to bring powder coating into your home! It’s place is in the kitchen just as much as it is in your backyard.

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Powder Coated Items You Already Have

AddressYou may think that powder coating is a process that’s limited to industrial materials and power tools. It’s true that thanks to its durability, it’s a favorite for coating and sealing items that get used hard every day. However, it’s also incredibly versatile. The truth is, you’ve probably seen many examples of powder coating around you every day, and simply never noticed.

Here are a few common items that you’ve probably seen around your household that are powder coated.

Your House’s Address Numbers

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