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Refinishing new glossy baked enamel metal roof on site


 

Recently a customer of mine built a new home in the mountains and installed a metal roof with a glossy baked enamel finish so he could collect the rain water as it ran off his house into his cistern. Now he has learned that he has violated covenants which forbid shiny roofs. Does anyone out there have a good solution to this problem? The roofing manufacturer says buffing out the finish may void the guarantee and I'm concerned that most paint products applied on site may have a very short lifetime.

Dave Amundson
painting - Missoula, Montana, U.S.A.


 

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Everbrite now has a Satin Formulation of Everbrite Protective Coating that will help to cut the gloss of the roof and protect it from fading, oxidation and other damaging elements at the same time. Feel free to call me if you have any questions.

Teresa Sedmak
Everbrite, Inc.
supporting advertiser  
 Reno, Nevada

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