What is the Inner Coating?
The INNER COATING® is made for holding the ashes within the cremation urns..
Your furry companions cremains are placed inside the INNER COATING® to keep them safe and intact.
Unfortunately accidents can occur, and if anything should happen to the urn, the ashes will remain safe in the INNER COATING®.
Ceramic is a unique material, but it has some drawbacks too.
It is very fragile and mishaps can result in a very unpleasant experience.
Cremains can get mixed with ceramic debris, making it almost impossible to clean.
INNER COATING® is a thin rubber-like layer that acts as a protection layer for the cremation ashes.
It is applied on the inner side of the urn and it’s sole purpose is to hold the ashes in one place in case of a mishap.
An example of an urn with Inner Coating.
An example of the Inner Coating containing the cremains in a broken urn.
Please Note: The inner layer will not prevent the urn from breaking in the case of a mishap.
Sharp debris from the ceramic can penetrate the rubber layer sometimes, but it will still hold ashes in one place.
How to add Inner Coating to your urn
Inner Coating is optional and can be purchased in our website for most of our cremation urns.
It takes three extra business days to be applied and it costs an additional $40.
If you would like to order the inner coating, please contact us.
Please note, that with the INNER COATING® option, the urn can lose about 15% to 20% of its original capacity and it also becomes heavier.
Pulvis Urns video demonstrating the Inner Coating.