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Preparing Galvanized Metal

Galvanized metal is created by covering iron or steel in a thin layer of zinc either by electroplating or by dipping in molten zinc. It is one of the most difficult surfaces to coat in commercial applications due to the... READ MORE

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Issues with Painting Fly Ash Concrete

Concrete is typically composed of gravel, sand, water and Portland cement. Fly ash is a by-product of coal-fired electric generating plants that can substitute for more than 25% of the Portland cement portion of the mix.

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Choosing Coatings for Clay Bricks

Clay masonry units, or clay bricks as they are usually referred to, are typically formed through pressing or extrusion, and are commonly used to construct either interior or exterior walls. Extruded bricks are the most... READ MORE

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3 Best Practices for Painting Fiberglass

Fiberglass is composed of glass fibers and a resin. The components are usually molded into a specific shape and given time to cure. Typically, a polyester resin is used, although other resins are also common (such as an... READ MORE

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