Refinishing Certification, does it matter to consumers?
I am considering making the trip to the state of WI to Lauer Custom Weaponry to attend one of their classes to become a bonified real deal 100% certified DuraCoat finisher.
Now we are talking in the realm of of over a grand once is all said and done (class, hotels, flight, food, etc. etc.)
So this is more of a general question, when you are looking to have your items refinished, no matter the brand or type, is the company you contact being certified by that product a deciding factor in choosing them to perform the service?