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Re: Painting metal angle bead
Reply #3 - Jan 28th, 2020, 8:05am
 
I don't think so, normally, if it's very cold, it just takes an age for the paint to dry
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Reply #2 - Jan 27th, 2020, 3:44pm
 
Thanks I’ll give it a go, just thinking if temperature is a factor , the property currently has no heating and it’s chilly up north
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Reply #1 - Jan 25th, 2020, 8:12am
 
That's strange, emulsion paint will normally cover the angle bead without a problem. First I'd try cleaning a small area with a meths soaked cloth to see if they have an oil residue, if that doesn't work then Zinsser BIN is your best option as it covers just about anything.
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Painting metal angle bead
Jan 24th, 2020, 8:07pm
 
Had a load of plastering done and starting to emulsion with Leyland trade Matt, what should I use on the new the metal beads as the paint is reluctant to cover , cheers
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