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 refresh or a new project in summer? Then you need to make sure you’re using the right paint!
If you’re tackling your job with a roller or paint brush, Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde Peganox is ideal for application with these tools in the summer months. This direct to metal paint provides the surface with rust-proofing, corrosion and waterproofing protection. The anti-corrosive layer means the surface is resistant to water, salt spray and more. Perfect for anything by the sea or in preparation for bad weather.
Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde Peganox is also the best fit for anywhere you can’t spray paint, meaning you can still get a high-quality finish. It’s been especially made for roller and brush application, so you can just get on with decorating!
Spray painting metal in summer
If you can spray paint your metal surfaces such as cladding, then you’ll want to use Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde. This paint has been specially designed for spray application. Similar to Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde Peganox, this paint has waterproofing properties and forms a thick anti-corrosive layer, helping to protect the surface. The specific design for spray painting will make sure you get the right finish.
Painting in winter
When the weather changes, the paint you use should use changes too. The temperature can affect the application and performance of the paint.
For damp surfaces, humid weather conditions or ambient temperatures down to as low as -5°C, grab some Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde Pegarust. Cold weather can make it tricky to get a good finish. But, this paint can be applied by brush, roller or spray in the colder months and still look fantastic.
Like other Rust-Oleum products, this paint offers you that all important waterproofing protection. It even has rust prevention technology working hard to keep your paint looking good.
Because this paint has been designed to be used in colder climates, it means it has excellent adhesion to surfaces. This means you can still complete projects year round, even when conventional paints might not be suitable to use.
If you have any questions about choosing the right paint, let the experts at Rawlins Paints guide you.