How paint chain link fence Is sand-blasting rust practical What kind of paint primer to use on rusted areas Is it better to spray or use a roller How do I control over-spray Thanks Big Kahuna?
use a galvanizing spray
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Paint is available today that combines sealer properties with top coat.Determine if the timber on your house will be compatible with this type of paint.Otherwise a water-based primer/sealer is fine,remembering that some timbers require special paint.
Answer . To paint over veneered cabinets in a kitchen, Sherwin-Williams puts out a paint just for cabinets that dries very hard. Ben Moore has a line also but the color choices were limited. The S-W paint also self primes so unless you have extremely dark cabinets and you want them to be very li…ght, 2 coats should be fine. ( Full Answer )
rust needs water and oxygen to form paint keeps both coming in contact with metal.
Is aluminum spray paint your best option for covering rusted nails on a deck and where can you get it?
You can use aluminum spray paint to cover rusted nails on a deck.Every home improvement store like WalMart, Lowes and Home Depot.
yes, I just tried it today and it works. It might fade after to many washes. But just dont spray to much in one area because the shirt then gets really hard and crusty.. I suggest doing it on a plain white shirt.
It is possible if you treat it or rub it down first, then you can paint over it, that's with normal paint or any other paint types. However, you can paint over rust if you use 8/10 or higher old paint. (it will say on the tin).
You would be better off painting or staining over a cedar fence. Itis very difficult to remove as it soaks into the wood.
If you are painting a metal fence, electrostatic painting is the way to go. If you are doing it yourself, use an acrylic latex paint. It will hold up to the sun and will last longer and is appropriate for wood, vinyl and metal. Brushing and rolling will get the most paint on the fence, avoiding o…verspray. If you are hiring a professional to paint a metal fence, then electrostatic painting used correctly will produce the least amount of overspray. ( Full Answer )
depending of the condition of the sheet metal before painting .just use the same of good automotive primer
Yes. The type of substrate (bare wood, unfinished drywall, concrete,metal), the condition of the substrate (stains, damage, previouslayers of paint), and how the area will be used (requires repeatedcleaning and/or exposed to frequent direct sunlight, water orhumidity) all factor in to which paints …and primers will do thebest job. In general, you would want to use regular paint over theprimer since it may do a better job of protecting the surface youare painting - particularly outside or in damp conditions. ( Full Answer )
You'll need to match the primer's characteristics to the project you're working on. The available options are oil, shellac, or latex-based formulas.
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Is using a rust converter and then painting over a boat trailer showing early signs of rust the best solution to increasing the life of the trailer?
Only if its done right. Sand down to bare metal. Spray with the rust converter and then repaint.
If the walls have been painted before, you do not need a primer. Do use spackle to fill nail holes and any holes smaller than a dime. If there has been smoking in the room, wash the walls with a vinegar/water solution. Otherwise, wipe off the walls with a damp cloth to remove any dust or debris. If …the walls are currently a dark or a deep tone of a color, you may want to use Kilz or a light colored paint first. Then, your new paint color will surely cover without the previous color bleeding through. ( Full Answer )
Remove the rust (or as much as possible) with steel wool/sand paper, then prime/paint with Rustoleum brand paint.
when a coating of paint is applied to steel, it seals the from the air. When raw metal is exposed to air (specifically oxygen), a process called oxidization gradually occurs which creates the rust. Good surface preparation, followed by a primer and a top coat will barrier the steel from the elements…, therefore prevent oxidization and in turn prevent rust. ( Full Answer )
Rust is oxidized iron. When iron is exposed to the oxygen in air or water over a period of time, the iron oxidizes. If it is exposed long enough, the iron turns red, grainy and soft and becomes rust.. Rust can be removed by sanding or grinding. For a car, this requires multiple sandings with variou…s grits of sanding compound. This is followed by primer, then by paint before new rust has time to set in. If the rust has eaten a hole in the metal, then Bondo is applied first. Once the primer and paint are dry, the metal is protected.. Hope that answered your question.. Princess ( Full Answer )
As the spray comes out of the gun, it becomes charged which makes it attractive to metallic type surfaces.
look up sand blasing techniques usualt hook up an air compressor ot a sand hopper and to a gun for abrasive blasting or you could use mineral spirits whatever you think will be better
A paint specified for spas and hot tubs should only be used as chemicals, heat and waterproof properties must be adhered to. The Bathtub Refinishing Referral Network at www.refinishingonline.com sells such a paint product. 2 part Spa & Hot Tub Paint in 13 hi gloss colors. Complete directions for pr…eparing the surface and application are available for viewing on the product page. Coatings cannot be sprayed and must be brushed on or rolled on with a dense foam roller. No fumes and are non toxic when dry. ( Full Answer )
\nLatex paint can be used as a primer but the results may not be what you want. Primer is less expensive than latex paint and has special qualities that create a seal and help the finish layer of paint adhere better. In the long run you will save time and money by using the correct product for the j…ob. ( Full Answer )
if you are that ghetto, yes.. I would recomend a clear spray sealant though. Thay are not too expensive.
u must be stupid to not no that 1 it stays on forever and ever and ever ok
have to reduce your paint other wise it will spit and plug they sell reducers about every where even walmart try that it will work better for you same on paint too
we can use any paint directly.... but for gr8 result we can do a paint of smart materials....or we can do aluminum coating on it...
i think you may want to reword your question. is there rust already, and are you just painting over the rust? in this case, paint will not stop rust. eventually, the rust will bubble up the nice looking paint, and it'll continue to rust through. If there isn't rust yet,.. two advantages to u…sing paint (as opposed to using oil or other processes) to PREVENT rust: 1) relatively cheap and available (it can be as simple as rattle can or as fancy as a professional paint job) 2) you can get any color you want (using other means to stop rust just isn't as purdy) :] ( Full Answer )
i don't know. Probably 9 or older. Improved Answer: It depends on the municipality. Tempe, AZ will not allow sales or spray paint to minors, while Chicago does not allow the sale of spray paint at all. Also, some companies will not sell spray paint to minors. In New York, stores can not display ac…tual cans of spray paint or markers, only a dummy, nonfunctional can. ( Full Answer )
If you mean on top of a spray paiting, just use clear glossy spraypaint. Thats what i use as a seal and it works great.
No I can't use primer instead of paint. Because, Primers can alsobe used for dirty surfaces that for some reason, cannot be cleanedor before painting light colors over existing dark colors. Primerscan usually be tinted to a close match with the color of thefinishing paint. dailypainting.com.au
Paint does not rust. Metal will rust if it is not coated with paint, or some other coating that will resist rusting. Some metals, such as stainless steel, may not rust, but can rust, depending on the quality of the stainless steel. Most car bodies are made of steel that will rust if exposed to the e…lements. This can happen when the paint gets a scratch through the paint into the metal. Once rust gets started, it will continue to spread until it is stopped. States that use salt on the roads in winter, have much more rust because salt speeds up the rusting process. To remove rust, it can be sanded, or there are chemicals that will eat light rust, and remove it. Heavy rust should never be removed by checmicals, it may require grinding, or sanding by a machine. Small areas can be done by hand. Once the metal is cleaned, and all oils are removed by a wipe with denatured alcohol, the metal should be primed with a good metal primer. The primer is a type of paint that adheres to what ever it is applied. Once the primer drys, it will stick to whatever it is on, and paint will stick very well to the primer. Primer can be used on all metals, plastic, and even glass. Although, I do not suggest that glass be painted. There is chemical coating that can be applied directly to rust, even heavy rust, although I suggest removing any loose rust first. The rust will react to the chemical, and form a hard barrier that will stop, or slow the rusting process, and allow paint to be applied. This chemical goes by the name "phosphate coating", and may have other product names asscoiated with it. I suggest that you always remove as much rust as possible before applying any coatings, or paint. ( Full Answer )
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It's too hot. Try VHT extreme temp stuff is about as durable as paint gets on a hot surface. You can always aluminize, but it's costly.
In general, yes. However if the 'plastic' is polystyrene (as in model kits) then test a small unimportant piece first as many spray aerosols will wrinkle it's surface.
Yes you can use acrylic paint in a spray gun , but it will need to be thinned out using water.
Absolutely, just make sure you clean the area to be painted extremely well. I usually wash with hot water & Dawn dish detergent, dry, then wipe down with paint thinner (after sanding - if you have to sand).
Yes, you can, but it's best to use a primer first,or the spray tends to soak in too much.
Enamel paint can be used on porcelain or iron bathtubs with great results, so I'll walk you through this process, just in case you're unsure about how to do this. You Will Need These Materials . White vinegar . Water Towel Palm sander 150-grit sandpaper . Respirator mask Plastic bag… Tape Epoxy enamel spray paint Oil based primer Oil based enamel paint 1200-grit wet/dry sandpaper Instructions . Clean the bath tub thoroughly with a mixture of white vinegar and water. The vinegar will help remove any dirt or greasy residue on the tub. Rinse the tub to remove the vinegar and dry it with a towel. . Equip a palm sander with 150-grit sandpaper. Sand the inside and the outside of the tub to roughen the surface, this will allow the paint to properly adhere to the bathtub. . Remove the fixtures of the bathtub or cover the fixtures with a plastic bag. Tape the bag down at the base of the fixtures to prevent painting them when you paint the inside of the tub. . Spray the inside of the bathtub with an epoxy enamel spray paint such as Krylon epoxy enamel paint. These paints are available at most home improvement stores and will resist moisture which is necessary for paint on the inside of a bathtub.. 5 Paint the outside of the tub with an oil based metal primer such as Rust-Oleum metal primer. Let the primer dry completely.. Apply a coat of oil based enamel paint to the outside of the tub. Let the first coat of paint dry and then apply a second coat.. Sand the second coat of paint with 1200-grit wet/dry sandpaper used wet. This will help shine the enamel paint. I hope this helps you out with your project! Good luck! --The Violet. ( Full Answer )
Dry electrostatic paint application (also known as powder coating) is used in many paint shops. The item to be painted is connected to a negative charge generator and positively charged paint particles are sprayed at the item. This reduces paint loss, environmental damage and improves paint coverage…. ( Full Answer )
Behr makes 'Premium Plus Interior/exterior oil based primer/sealer'. In a blue can in Home Depot.
i just spray painted my bike and it looks great but it has some air bubbles not to bad
You brush it, roller it or spray it. -Whichever method, you DO need primer if you want a good finish coat.
honestly, you can use any kind of spray paint. Just make sure itsnot a sheer color or it wont work. A brand that is really good isKyron. But like i said, any brand can be used.
You start by wiping the frame down with alcohol or benzine to take off any oil that may be on the metal, then after about 15 minutes dry time you primer the frame. At this point you can spray it with just about any paint you want. Primer is very important in making the paint stick.
you can get a special plastic spraypaint designed for certain plastics at almost any hardware store or tru value. its really quite simple, dont forget to sand your gun and do a couple coats of primer before the first color coat otherwise the paint wont stick at all and it will come off on everything…. believe me i know from experience. anyway you can get everything you need at a tru value, lowes or your local hardware store. good luck and good hunting. ( Full Answer )
You do NOT use regular paint as primer. It contains none of the qualities of primer.
Yes you can. Either airless or a cup gun with an air compressor will work. Professionals can use electrostatic spraying equipment to reduce overspray.
Yes, you can, but you should also cover it with a clearcoat to protect against abrasion by beach sand.
it can turn all flaky and is very cheap it could turn out bad or mite not do the rite job
Just Try and get it off! Seriously with the correct surface preparation anything is possible.
When a manufacturer claims that their paint is a paint and primer in one, all they are promising is that you can use that paint as the first coat over drywall or a previously painted surface that is clean and in good shape other than a few ordinary repair materials like spackle or putty. These pain…ts can not normally be used a s bridge between oil and latex paints. For these applications, and any other application other than a simple repaint, a specialty primer should be used. ( Full Answer )