My Benjamin Moore rep says this is the best paint they’ve ever made, and we agree. Expensive and worth it, high-bond, color retention, and most important for operable wooden windows, a surface tension higher than most other acrylic paints.
Catalyzed paint from Sherwin Williams for metal. Excellent gloss and bond. We became a fan when using as specified for Canal Gate parts for the lock gates in Georgetown.
Primer for the Acrolon. Outstanding bond and surface preparation.
We are stripping thousands of sash for U.S. Congress. This is a typical result out of the steamer. Modern latex paint applied over heavily decayed oil-base paint makes for a mess. When old oil paint becomes this degraded, they must be completely stripped.
Here, the latex paint acts nearly like a paint stripper where it bonds to the original coating now degraded to the point of nearly no bond.
This paint is dry. With a gloss unmatched, the fine paints of Europe, oil-based coatings, are dramatic and rich.
Applied to a stable substrate, this coating can endure 15 years. It makes for an outstanding front door finish.
FPE paint delivers exceptional results only after meticulous preparation and immaculate spray booth conditions.
Reproduction sash for the U.S. Navy improved thermal performance through insulating glass. The green is spray applied Macropoxy and Acrolon.