Originally Posted by moparx12
i paid about $150 to have all 3 done. i just made sure there was no sticker residue on there and left it to him to do any other prep work. No sanding necessary. Those polishing pads are fairly expensive (the scotch brite ones are) and i started using them on one of my kegs. The amount of time it took me to polish the one keg was ridiculous, not to mention all the polish and strands of fiber from the polish pads getting in my eyes and nose (even with my safety glasses on). I was picky enough not to want the kegs left plain but there was no way i could have made the time to polish them all.
50 bucks a keg is a good price judging by the price of the labor hours, compounds and scotchbrite pads. I think I'm going to go that route just having a hell of a time finding a local powder guy. Is that the high heat powder too? I guess it can tolerate high temps better than regular powder coating.
Looks amazing though. I'm glad u thought of it and posted the thread or I would be here buffing away. Haha. I wish there was an easy way to get the insides mirror finished without buffing.