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REPAINTING METAL WINDOW FRAMES


Posted by LEN on February 7th, 2003 09:47 AM

Hi, I'm in the process of renovating an old 1920's commercial building for residential use. The structure has LOTS of rolled steel window frames which have, of course rusted over the years. I plan to remove all the old glass and putty, remove loose rust, prime, repaint, then reglaze with clear glass panes.

My question is, What type/brand of paint should I use to avoid having to repaint for as long as possible? Are any of the available rust inhibitors worth applying?

Thanks!

-Len

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