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Can fluoropolymer coatings that are still very glossy be overcoated (if, for example, the topcoat is losing color or the color needs to be changed)? If so, what type of coating can be used, and what surface preparation is required?

Question posted October 28 to November 1, 2013


Can fluoropolymer coatings that are still very glossy be overcoated (if, for example, the topcoat is losing color or the color needs to be changed)? If so, what type of coating can be used, and what surface preparation is required?

Question posted September 23 to September 27, 2013


What kind of surface preparation prior to coating will be effective and at the same time economical for the aluminum window frames on a large commercial office building? The aluminum was coated originally with a baked-on fluoropolymer which has lost most of its gloss. Maintenance recoating will be with an air-dry fluoropolymer.

Question posted September 14 to September 19, 2010


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Selecting Exterior Topcoats: Aesthetic and Performance Considerations

D+D In Depth June 2016 - Terry Wallace and Jennifer Gleisberg, Tnemec Company Inc.


Going to Extremes

D+D April 2015 - Allen Zielnik, Atlas Material Testing Technology LLC


Liquid vs. Powder: A Comparative Review of Fluoropolymer Coatings

D+D December 2014 - Scott Moffatt, PPG Industries


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