Metal paint for rusty fire escape



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wrote:

Morrisons the supermarket (ex Safeway) stock it.
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Found a place that sells it online for about 35 - B&Q were a touch under 50. Any views on the hammered versus satin versus smooth finishes for an outside metal fire escape?
John.

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Forgot the url...
http://www.lawson-his.co.uk/scripts/products.php?cat=Hammerite%20Hammer%20Finish%20Paint
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On Sat, 14 Aug 2004 19:07:37 GMT, "John Smith"

They're both disastrous (search the ng), but the hammered is worse.
Brushing Hammerite, especially in hot weather, is just asking for trouble.
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John Smith wrote:

http://www.lawson-his.co.uk/scripts/products.php?cat=Hammerite%20Hammer%20Finish%20Paint
They also sell No. 1, which is IMO better than hammerite (smooth or hammer finish), and takes a coat of ordinary gloss very well....
J.B.
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