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  1. #1
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    Question Painting alum. screen door, anyone?

    I've painted woodwork, shutters, chandeliers and may other items that I desired to change the color, but now I have these very sturdy "country blue" screen doors on the front and back of my 1950's new purchase and I have know idea how to tackle them. The finish appears to be baked on, so I'm afraid of spraying them...a brush will leave marks...I know I can replace but it would be nice to save a buck...Any thoughts would be appreciated!

    PS I will be painting white.

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    Default Re: Painting alum. screen door, anyone?

    These can be painted over either by spray or brush.

    Clean , prime then paint with a quality exterior latex ... preferably acrylic latex.


    Hope this helps.
    "" an ounce of perception -- a pound of obscure "
    - Rush

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