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 Posted: Wed Nov 28th, 2018 03:57 pm
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Does someone have a phone number, name and recommendation for a wrought iron painter?

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It's not just the painter, it's the materials. Wire brush and sand and use a rust converter and a good enamel, like Rust-Oleum.

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Know about the type of paint and the steel brush and sandpaper etc but need someone to do the job.  A lot of them don't like to do the wrought iron and I can't blame them.......it's not easy if done right.



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There's a house near me that just had their's done. I'll ask them for contact info.

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Painter is Miguel, some Eng, cell 622--131-4600

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If you decide to DIY, get marine jelly  and use it to remove the rust and restore the finish.  Messy but effective.  We have two iron fences, an old one and a new one.  The new one was powder coated before installation and 3 years later looks like new.  The old one is just that-old and rusty.  My buddy uses the marine jelly on his and swears by it.  I've got too many other projects to move the old fence far enuff up the list to make cleaning it up a priority.


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Thank nice guy I'll give him a call
Bart, part of my wrought iron was replaced and all of it was powder coated three years ago and it all looks bad.  Will look into the marine jelly trick.  Thanks

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If you can deinstall  the wrought iron, Marina Seca does sand blasting which would clean the metal better than any other way it could be done.   Just be sure to apply the primer coat of paint immediately after the sand blasting dust is cleaned off before any oxidation begins.

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