What can you powder coat?  Well, pretty much anything, as long as it can withstand high temperatures. 

What Can Be Powder Coated? 

Typically, any metal object that can hold the electrostatic charge needed to affix the sprayed powder and can tolerate the high heat levels of the curing process. Mild steel, galvanized and electroplated steel, aluminum, stainless steel, and most other steel alloys can be powder coated. 

Powder coating is adaptable and can be applied to materials ranging from metal to wood to glass and plastics. You’ll find powder coatings on home appliances like kitchen mixers and gas ranges, on automotive products like bodies and wheels, and outdoor home features like doors, lamp posts, statues, fences and gates, and even fountains.  

The powder coating process, while durable and cost-effective, requires baking at high temperatures to set the paint. Therefore, rubber and other materials that can melt, are not ideal for powder coating. That said, there is a whole world full of materials in and out of the home that are ideal for powder coating.