If you are working on redecorating a
garage, there’s a lot to think about in terms of coatings. Garage doors, walls
and floors require a specific paint system in order to achieve the perfect
finish and can have a completely transformative effect! Here’s your full guide
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Hammerite Garage Door Paint has been specially formulated for metal and wooden garage doors. It is a tough, durable, and high gloss finish that reduces runs when applied to vertical surfaces. It is also highly resistant to flaking and discolouration and is available in six different colours. Ensure the door is primed before applying Hammerite Garage Door Paint for the best finish.
For an all-in-one product, multi-surface
paints are the most convenient as they are a combined basecoat and topcoat. Standard
multi-surface paints only require two coats of product, compared to more
traditional coating systems of one coat of primer, followed by two coats to
topcoat. Some examples of Multi-Surface Paints are Zinsser AllCoat, Sadolin
Superdec Satin and Bradite One Can which can all be used on external doors and
available in a wide range of colours.
If your walls are made from breeze
block or brick, there are a range of masonry paints you can choose from that
will help protect the walls from the elements. If your garage walls have been
plaster boarded or skimmed you can use any coating that is suitable for