Outdoor Furniture Refinishing
We work closely with our neighbor, ChairCarePatio. They replace worn out or broken vinyl straps or torn or damaged slings for a refinish chair that looks great for a fraction of new. Before we can apply our state of the art, powder coated finish to your wrought iron or aluminum patio furniture, we must first remove the old finish and layers of paint, dirt and rust from the metal frame. The quickest way to do this is by sand blasting away the old finish. Sandblasting is a very aggressive process that removes old layers of paint down to a clean bare metal surface. The cleaner the metal surface, the better the finish. Surface preparation is the most important part of patio furniture restoration. The end finish on your patio furniture is only as good as what it’s applied to. We do not powder coat over an existing paint finish or old rusty surfaces.
A majority of the patio furniture manufacturer’s use powder coating on the new furniture your see in the stores today. Powder coating is a very durable finish and comes in hundreds of colors and textures. Powder coating is much more durable than typical wet paint; it resists cracking and peeling and is extremely abrasion, corrosion and chemical resistant. Because there are no dangerous solvents involved (as traditional wet paint finishes), the powder coating process is an environmentally safe method of coating metal items.