The Rust-Oleum Stops Rust 128 oz. Gloss Chain Link Fence Rust Preventive Paint is designed to adhere to-gal.vanized metal and is an ideal choice for your .
Without proper preparation, the new paint may flake and more rust may develop. Remove as much rust as possible from the fence using a wire brush. Wash the fence to remove any cobwebs, leaves and grass. Apply a rust-stopping spray to any areas that are very rusted.
Do not coat the portions of the fence that still have the original galvanized coating. The primer may not bond properly with the original metal and may peel, necessitating the need for more painting. Spread the primer with a long-napped roller. Take your time and cover the bends and loops in the chain link mesh.
First, remove any flaking paint, rust, or caked-on grime with a wire brush. (Or rent a sandblaster for the day.) Spot-treat any remaining corrosion with a spray-on rust inhibitor. Then use a long-nap roller to apply the aluminum paint to both sides of the fence.
Rust-OleumÂ® Stops RustÂ® Chain Link Fence Paint brushes on to beautify and protect metal fencing with just one coat. This glossy finish is chemical-resistant.
Roll the paint roller on the chain–link fence, covering all metal areas with paint. Roll slowly to reduce paint splatter. Re-wet the roller with paint as necessary.
A common sight in many yards, chain link fences offer security for the homeowner and his pets. However, chain link fences are not stylish; they serve a utilitarian .