Metal Doors, Garages, and Other Metal Substrates Can be Susceptible To Coating Failure If not Prepped and Planned Properly
Paint peels all the time. It’s inevitable. However, that inevitability may occur over the span of years, or decades. And decades is the preferred duration. But to achieve decades, you’ll need to provide the appropriate prep work, to ensure that the coating has the greatest chance to adhere to the substrate.
But each substrate varies with what it requires, and those requirements are often temperamental when dealing with metal. The more porous the surface, the easier time a coating has to adhere. And steel and metal don’t have very porous surfaces, so it’s important to follow strict guidelines to ensure that the coating can last.