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How to Paint Plastisol Cladding

Painting Plastisol cladding

Come rain or shine, Plastisol cladding is constantly exposed to the great British weather, and after a period (if regular maintenance audits are not conducted) it can look aged and grubby. This article will look at the different types of metal cladding on the market and how to paint Plastisol cladding and get it looking like new again, whilst also ...

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Cut Edge Corrosion: Repairing Cladding Panel Damage

Cladding is commonly used as a protective layer for roofs and wall panelling on commercial buildings, and can be exposed to the harshest of elements – from pooled ice water to sleet and snow. Of course, it’s not just moisture that can cause damage to roof cladding, but as the metal cladding expands (rises) and contracts through heat and cold ...

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Choosing the Right Paint

Choosing right paint can be trickier than it seems! If you want long-lasting, quality results, you have to remember a few factors. The paint you choose may be suited to different scenarios or tools. Read on to find out how to choose the right paint in these three scenarios. Brush and Roller painting metal in summer Thinking about a paint ...

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5 Reasons to Paint Your Metal Cladding BRIGHT!

Metal cladding can start to look dull and boring after awhile. Did you know using bright, metal cladding paint can revitalise your building? In order to get your metal cladding ready for a bright new look, you need to prime it. Rust-Oleum Metal Cladding Primer will make sure that your surface is ready to be painted. The Rust-Oleum Mathys Metal Cladding ...

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Cladding: How to Paint Cladding Panels

Cladding is often used on exteriors as a finishing material to protect the structure. Sometimes it’s found indoors, in bathrooms for example. Cladding simply means a material that protects another. Wooden versions of cladding are often found on the outsides of homes and even inside in hallways, sports halls, etc. Steel cladding is also very common and found on many ...

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