My two-sided wall heater 's vents are dirty and some have
lost paint. They look terrible. For years I have been resolving
to Do Something About It. I even bought a spray can appropriate for a
But I need to clean the vents before spraying over.
Somebody suggested I take down both vent covers and do it
out in the yard. Not being very handy, I sorta balked. Still
open to the idea faut de mieux, but would rather not have
Any suggestions for cleaning in situ?
sorry, but you will need to remove those darn vent covers, clean them
up a bit, and take them outside to paint. are they held in by screws,
I would only paint the fronts, who's gonna pull them off to look at
the backs!!! Try spraying them down with a "windex" type cleaner, let
them soak abit and hosing them off, not much back breaking effort
there[!] let them dry and paint!! Good Luck, Rose
I agree. And if you really want to look exceptional, remove all the
old paint, spray prime and spray paint. Paint strippers that work
well require proper ventilation and rubber-glove skin protection. The
best paint jobs are well prepared. You might consider taking the
cover to an auto body place to get an estimate.
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