DULUX Metalshield Gutter & Fascia Touch-up Paint

Code: 889-Line

A semi-gloss topcoat that can be applied to a range of metal substrates and pre-painted surfaces. It is ideal for the touch-up and maintenance of pre-painted gates, fences, gutters, downpipes and roller doors.

Features

  • Semi-gloss finish
  • Convenient touch-up application
  • Excellent durability and adhesion

Benefits

  • No primer required for new bare steel, wrought iron or pre-painted metal surfaces
  • Ideal for gates, fences, gutters, downpipes and roller doors

Application

Can-Spray

Surface Preparation

NOTE: Ensure the surface has thoroughly dried prior to application. PRE-PAINTED METAL SURFACES: Scrape off all loose and flaking paint. Sand all surfaces to a flat finish. Dust off. If previously painted surface is in good condition than no primer is required. Treat any bare metal as below. AGED/LIGHTLY RUSTED SURFACES: Remove any rust by scraping, sanding or wire brushing. Wipe surface with Metalshield Brush Thinner to remove any residual grease, oils and dirt. Once dry, apply 1 coat of Metalshield Etch Primer Spraypak. NEW BARE STEEL/WROUGHT IRON: Wipe surface with Metalshield Brush Thinner to remove any residual grease, oils and dirt. For maximum protection apply 1 coat of Metalshield Etch Primer Spraypak first. GALVANISED IRON/ZINCALUME: Clean surface with sugar soap and a Scotch-Brite Pad to remove any grease, oils and dirt. Rinse with clean water. Once dry, apply 1 coat of Metalshield Etch Primer Spraypak. ALUMINIUM, COPPER, BRASS AND STAINLESS STEEL: Clean surface with sugar soap and a Scotch-Brite Pad to remove any grease, oils and dirt. Rinse with clean water. For maximum protection apply 1 coat of Metalshield Etch Primer Spraypak first.

Clean Up

Clean up with Metalshield Brush Thinner

Uses

Typical areas of application include the coating and maintenance of metal gates, fences, gutters, downpipes and roller doors.

Sizes

300G

Bases

Available in 25 colours

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Dulux Facts

Generally, it takes less than an hour to paint a door. But make sure you factor in preparation time and drying time between coats.

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