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PAINTING A RADIATOR, STEP BY STEP PAINTING A RADIATOR, STEP BY STEP

Radiators must match your interior because they largely determine the look of your rooms. If your radiator paint is peeling or rust spots appear, then it is high time to paint the radiators. No need to replace them: a new coat of paint and your radiator is like new!

Painting A Radiator: Cleaning And Sanding

Start by protecting the floor and walls with release paper or newspaper. Please turn off the heater and wait until it is quite cold. Clean it and sand it well, so that the new paint adheres well. Rust stains can be removed with steel wool or an iron brush. Use flexible polishing sheets so that you can easily follow the curves of the radiator. If you do not clean properly, there is a risk that rust or paint stains will remain visible after the painting is finished. Remember to dust well after sanding.


Spray Paint A Radiator

When the radiator is cleaned well, you can start painting. You can paint either with a spray or a brush. If using a spray can, thin layer coats of paint without ever letting the paint dry. This way, you can easily cover all the corners and sides. Keep a thin brush handy to correct any sagging immediately. Cans can only be combined with solvent-based paint.


Painting A Radiator With A Brush

The radiators can also be painted with a waterproof lacquer. You then need to apply the paint using a brush and paint roller. This technique is undoubtedly slower than with the bomb, but it gives off much fewer odours. The permeable varnish does not yellow and is the best choice for white paint or light-coloured. With the permeable lacquer, you need to apply a powerful Universal primer.


Restart The Radiator

Clean the part directly after painting. This will allow you to remove paint stains before they dry easily. After painting, you should wait at least 24 hours before restarting your heater.

Radiators must match your interior because they largely determine the look of your rooms. If your radiator paint is peeling or rust spots appear, then it is high time to paint the radiators. No need to replace them: a new coat of paint and your radiator is like new!

Painting A Radiator: Cleaning And Sanding

Start by protecting the floor and walls with release paper or newspaper. Please turn off the heater and wait until it is quite cold. Clean it and sand it well, so that the new paint adheres well. Rust stains can be removed with steel wool or an iron brush. Use flexible polishing sheets so that you can easily follow the curves of the radiator. If you do not clean properly, there is a risk that rust or paint stains will remain visible after the painting is finished. Remember to dust well after sanding.


Spray Paint A Radiator

When the radiator is cleaned well, you can start painting. You can paint either with a spray or a brush. If using a spray can, thin layer coats of paint without ever letting the paint dry. This way, you can easily cover all the corners and sides. Keep a thin brush handy to correct any sagging immediately. Cans can only be combined with solvent-based paint.


Painting A Radiator With A Brush

The radiators can also be painted with a waterproof lacquer. You then need to apply the paint using a brush and paint roller. This technique is undoubtedly slower than with the bomb, but it gives off much fewer odours. The permeable varnish does not yellow and is the best choice for white paint or light-coloured. With the permeable lacquer, you need to apply a powerful Universal primer.


Restart The Radiator

Clean the part directly after painting. This will allow you to remove paint stains before they dry easily. After painting, you should wait at least 24 hours before restarting your heater.

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