If satin is your finish of choice, than this specially formulated Hammerite Radiator Paint Satin is ideal for you. It provides a heat resistant brilliant white finish on water-filled household radiators and hot water pipes.
Radiators can bring down the look of your home if they are chipped or discoloured, particularly if you have redecorated the rest of the room they are in. Give them a clean, fresh lease of life with Radiator Paint from Hammerite. It is specially formulated to withstand the heat and reduce the possibility of discoloration. Follow the guide below if you want to know how to paint a radiator:
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Apply several thin coats. If applying to a smooth vertical metal surface, abrade the surface with a side to side action using a coarse sandpaper.
Paint a small test patch of Hammerite Paint onto the painted surface and leave it to dry for an hour. If you notice any defects to the painted surface under the test patch, remove all the paint from surface with paint remover, before painting the surface with Hammerite Paint.
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