PinPros offers details and information to help customers make informed pin purchasing decisions. They specialize in offering soft and hard enamel pins. What is the difference between these two products?
Soft and hard enamel pins are diestruck-style with painted color. Soft enamel pins are painted, which then air dries, which causes the paint to slightly settle, leaving raised borders and recessed paint. Hard enamel pins are hardened by a commercialized process, which is then polished and buffed to a glossy shine.
Soft enamel pins are relatively inexpensive and hard enamel pins are pricier. Soft enamel pins provide a good quality, while hard enamel pins provide the best quality in the industry. Due to pricing, soft enamel pins are more popular than hard enamel.