Superior Ceramic Coatings Guarantee
Superior Ceramic Coatings is confident in providing the utmost care and the highest quality finish for your item(s). We offer a LIFETIME GUARANTEE against chipping, cracking, or flaking of the Elite-Series, V-Series and H-Series (oven cured finishes). We offer a 1-YEAR GUARANTEE on the C-Series (air-cure finishes). If the coating ever chips, cracks, peels, or flakes Superior Ceramic Coatings will refinish your item(s) in the same style and coating level previously applied - free of charge. Note the following exceptions:
Please call Superior Ceramic Coatings at 715-919-1366 for Guarantee Assistance.
Caring for your Coating
Though Cerakote is known for its superior protection against corrosion, environmental elements, abrasions, and overall durability, it is still a surface-level coating and will last longer with proper care.
DO’s: The first step in caring for your coating is cleaning. Cerakote is compatible with all firearm-specific cleaners, however we suggest using the following agents/tools:
Firearm cleaning mat; non-wool cleaning patches; mops or swabs; non-chlorinated firearm cleaning solvent; Lint free gun clot; muzzle guard or special diligence to prevent cleaning rod damage; Gun oil for lubrication (not applied in excess).
DON’Ts: The following should never be used or should be avoided to maintain a Cerakote finish: steel wool; wire or stiff bristle brushes; dust/dirt/grit and other abrasive materials. Coated parts should not be soaked in stripping agents.
HOLSTER SELECTION: Special care should be taken with holster selection: there are arguments for and against each material, but the best holster is a clean holster. Some popular hard-bodied holsters contain metal hardware such as rivets/eyelets, and metal-to-coating friction will cause damage to your item(s).
AFTER COATING: Firearms have a break-in period of 200 to 300 rounds. During the “break-in” process, you may experience sluggish slide return, stovepipes, and similar “sticking” issues. This is normal. Your firearm will realign all paired surfaces and will clear any excess material. After 200 rounds, field strip your firearm and thoroughly clean and lubricate it. Keep in mind tight fit models might require an additional 100 rounds and cleaning. Following this break-in procedure, your firearm should be primed for optimum performance.
We recognize each firearm owner is unique and so are his/her preferences for care supplies and gear. We encourage you to embrace these preferences and view your firearm as a tool. With any well-loved tool, you can expect to see some signs of wear.
Firearms painted in bright colors may look like a toy to CHILDREN!
Please be proactive and educate your children about the lawful and safe use of firearms.
Keep your firearms secured and/or in a safe to prevent unauthorized access.