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Old 01-02-2014, 10:59 AM   #1
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What is the best way to repaint the baked enamel around commercial windows?
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What's the application? What's the budget level? What's the performance expectation?

Edit: If you have to paint in place, polyurethane enamels - Imron and the like, are outstanding. They're expensive, and depending on your location and local suppliers, can be difficult to get in small quantities. Check out your local marine supply, though, they usually supply small quantities.

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Thank you, it's for the exterior of a bank around several large windows and skirts and has to be brushed, I am more concerned with a lasting product than expense. I'm in central Texas so heat is a factor, and lately extreme cold also factors in.

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Your local commercial paint supplier, including auto paint suppliers (not Kragen, but the places that supply body shops) should be able to help you out, too. Mention Imron, and even if they don't have it, they'll understand the level of quality you're looking for.
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Great, again Thank You
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