So you’ve come to realize that painting a garage door shouldn’t be more complicated than painting the interior of your home. Well, probably easy for those who really have a knack for painting. But for starters, let’s go over the basics. Grab the most durable paint from your local hardware store so it helps prevent flaking and paint discoloration over time. Make sure you have a compatible primer as well. Next, set up a cloth in front of the door for easy clean up. With a piece of sandpaper start sanding down the rusted areas. Clean the door with diluted soapy water and cover the nadles with masking tape.
The Best Quality Primer and Paint
A special shout out to the make-up gurus, you know how important it is to have a great primer before applying the foundation. Just like applying make-up, the garage door paint needs a base. Make sure the primer sets completely (dry) before applying that new beautiful coat of paint. Time to show off the new door the neighborhood.