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A better easier way would be to buff out those scuffs with a buffing wheel. If you want it optically flat, you'll need multiple coats of paint and sanding in between them. Aluminum does not like to sand, it likes to gall, and it readily sullies sandpaper. You would need an "abrasive cleaning stick" for a larger project, but it looks like you'd only go ...


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do exactly what you described just as you described. put four or five coats on. then: 1) sand the new paint very carefully with 800 gr sandpaper. use wet/dry paper and use water to lubricate. use a block of wood as a backer to make sure you dont get too much pressure in one area or another and sand through the paint. sand down until smooth and flush ...


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It depends if the doors are wood or metal and if the paint is latex or oil based. You must get the doors very smooth, and steel wool might work best. The best way to apply the paint would be a sponge applicator, or use a brush then a sponge applicator to get the brush strokes out. What's critical is to use the same based touch up paint as what is already ...


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The original Kool Deck is a proprietary concrete/limestone surface treatment for concrete surfaces. The porous properties of the limestone in the mix allow the coating to take maximum advantage of natural evaporative cooling (the assumption being that the pool deck is usually damp/wet). When not wet, the "knock down" texture of the coating reduces skin to ...



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