Looking After Powder Coated Finishes
Over time with exposure to the elements powder coatings may show signs of weathering such as loss of gloss, chalking and slight colour change, however by implementing simple and regular care and maintenance steps you can maximise the life of your powder coated finish.
Just like the paint on your car, a simple regular clean will minimise the effects of weathering and will remove dirt, grime and other build up detrimental to the long term integrity of powder coated finishes. Don’t overlook the fact that cleaning needs may start at the time that products are installed, ensuring that harsh construction materials such as concrete, plaster and paint splashes are removed before they have a chance to dry. Failure to remove these materials at this early stage will require the use of aggressive cleaning materials and techniques with potential damage to the powder coated surface.
Each powder manufacturer provides specific care and maintenance information for products in their range and you can download the Care and Maintenance brochures for Interpon Powder Coatings and Dulux Powder and Industrial Coatings products below.