Sometimes we find that metal door grills are as in need of refinishing as the wood itself. Instead of just respray painting, we use a state of the art process called “Powder Coating”, which is like paint but it acts like armor. With powder coating, we first start by sand blasting off all the old finish so we begin with bare metal. Then finely ground particles of pigment and resin are electrostatically charged and sprayed onto your media blasted part. The recoated metal is then baked in an oven. The result is a high-quality, uniform, durable, finish that will last years longer than just a spray painted part. This process usually takes 7-10 days to complete.
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