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Unfortunately Wheeler Cerama Coat Firearm Finish Restoration 468993 is no longer carried by OpticsPlanet.
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Wheeler CeramaCoat Firearm Finish Restoration is a spray-on metal finish that brings new life to old guns without expensive airbrushes or painting equipment. This one-can solution is the toughest metal finish available. This is an ultra-modern formula that contains a ceramic matrix, giving the finish ultimate durability wear-resistance and protection against rust and solvents. The matte black color won't spook game and looks great on any gun. Applying the Wheeler Cerama-Coat Finish Restoration is easy. Degrease the item to be coated, shake the Wheeler Cerama-Coat 468993 can vigorously and spray the parts with three light coats of finish. Bake the part in an oven at 350 degrees for 30 minutes to cure the finish and you'll have a finish ready to take the very worst that mother nature can dish out. Each can contains enough to refinish two long guns. Not for use on wood, plastics,or scopes.