FAQ’s

We know you have questions about what we do. We’ve compiled a list of FAQs to hopefully answer any questions you might have. if after reading these FAQs, you need more information, please feel free to contact us anytime.

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Is it durable?

Yes, the finish is very durable! All products receive a clear coat of the customers choice, that protects the pattern. Automotive grades are used.

What types of items can be printed?

A wide variety of items can be coated such as wood, plastic, metal, glass. We can do anything from guns to home decor.

How long does it take?

Depending on the product, we can usually have it completed in two weeks.

Do we need to bring in parts disassembled?

Yes, items do need to be disassembled.

What kind of patterns do you have?

Patterns are endless. Please visit our patterns page to see some examples. If you do not see a pattern you like or want, please contact us at info@texashydrocoating.com and we can get it!

Can items be re-printed?

Yes items can de re-printed just like your vehicle can be re-painted. We will simply just strip the old coating off the part and put on the new one. If you have any questions about re-printing a item just ask we will be more than happy to help you understand how it works.

 

Company

Our customers are our priority Our customers are the most important asset to our company. No matter if you are a walk in retail customer or one of our OEM manufactures we are here to serve you. We want you to know that we are here for you and enjoy working with you on your project. You can reach us anytime through email at info@texashydrocoating.com or feel free to call us Monday-Friday 8 ...

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Testimonials

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“I'll be darn...my daughters pink/skulls AR! She loves it! Brandon, her husband, my SIL, has had a couple of AR upper/lowers done & I must say VERY nice and EXTREME quality! I’ve got an AMD 65 I'll be taking in to be done...not in pink skulls:), probably a camo pattern. FANTASTIC workmanship Guys!”

Rena Smith