Wet paint is the process of applying paint to a ferrous or non-ferrous part for finishing. The typical thickness of the coating is between 15-20 micrometers. When the substrate to be painted is properly treated this coating can provide excellent corrosion resistance.
It is debated which is best, powder coating or wet paint. Wet paint is a better choice over powder coat when a thinner coating is required. It is also the go to for specific color match that can’t otherwise be achieved.
Some benefits of this finish are:
- Thin finish
- Wide color selection
- Corrosion resistance