How do you prepare aluminum for painting?

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To prepare aluminum for painting, be sure the old paint is completely off. You may need to use a sander and power washer. Using soapy water, clean the aluminum with a squeegee. Remove the soap and dirt with the power hose. Air dry. Cover with a primer and allow to air dry before applying the paint recommended for use on aluminum.
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sand and file to get a nice smooth surface.
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1. Apply olive oil to the paint on the anodized aluminum door using a rag. 2. Scrape away the paint using a plastic putty knife. Do not use a metal putty knife as this will scratch
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How to Prepare Aluminum for Painting
Preparing aluminum for painting is an important step. Make sure the aluminum is free from older paint, dirt, dust and grime. It is vital to understand that paint sticks to rough surfaces. Dust or older paint will make the new paint job harder to manage... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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