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Whether you're ready to sell your house or just spruce it up, a well-kept wrought iron railing adds a sense of security to your pool area as well as an element of beauty.

If your railing is peeling or has become worn or rusty through the years, a thorough paint job can reverse that aging look and extend the life of the fence.

First, it's important to begin with a smooth, clean and dry surface before priming and painting a wrought iron railing.

We begin by removing any signs of rust and protecting the metal with a base coat of a waterborne epoxy. We complete the process with a finish coat of a quality waterborne epoxy finish coat that can add years to the railing's life.

Here are the steps we use to provide a professional result:

1.      Use a medium-grit sandpaper to scuff up the surface of the railing and to clear away rust or any loose paint. Use a wire brush to get into hard-to-reach areas.

2.      Wipe away any sand grit and debris with a clean cloth.

3.      Cover any surrounding areas/surfaces with a drop cloth, making sure not to get any debris, primer or finish on the pool deck.

4.      Apply a base or primer coat of a quality waterborne epoxy. Applying the primer with brush allows the primer to coat all edges and works the primer in every direction. Once primer is applied allow it to dry according to the manufacturer's instructions.

5.      Spray the entire surface with a waterborne epoxy coating. Applying a professional coating allows for better adhesion and adds longevity to the metal.

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