Guest User
10/3/2007
So, I have myself a new installation of steel which is coated in kynar. Turns out it is the wrong color. What prep would need to be done to repaint this? Need to avoid peeling. Kindof ironic isn't it?
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
10/4/2007
First of all, I would let it weather for a year or so and then I would use a quality primer such as Sherwin Williams ProCryl followed by their suggested top coat. It is possible to obtain Kynar air-dry paints but they are very expensive -- like around $200 - $300 per gallon. Personally, I would try to learn to live with the wrong color but I realize that is easy for me to say.
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