Hammerite Direct to Rust Metal Paint Reviews
Product Type: Hammerite household products
Newest Review: ... or, to sometimes add to the bottom of the can when the paint gets really thick. Use the Hammerite thinners or else you can ... more
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Customer Hammerite Direct to Rust Metal Paint Reviews (5)
by - written on 10/11/11 (Very useful, 392 readings)
We have just finished painting 15metres of iron railings which surround the balcony of our flat. This mind numbing job has been offset by the wonderful view we have over the sea and the fact that I get to use my all time favourite paint, Hammerite straight to rust paint in the hammered finish! I know, most women rave about other things but I have strange tastes! What is Hammerite? Hammerite is a specialist paint that can be used straight to ferrous metals without the need to use primer or under coat and can be used on top of rusty surfaces. It comes in two varieties, smooth and hammered finish. The hammered finish is very forgiving and gives ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/11 (Very useful, 369 readings)
After bringing yet another new houseplant home last Friday, I realised I was going to need to find a small table or plant stand, as a whole plant rearrangement was needed to fit it in (possibly because it's 3ft tall, this new one....!) So off to the shed I went, to retrieve an old wrought iron scrolled table base that had been doing nothing but sitting in there rusting. It needed a good sand with emery paper as it was not only rusty, but the whole thing was peeling and flaking all over the place. Having used Hammerite previously, to sort out the vents when we moved into this house, I knew I wanted Hammerite. I remembered the tin saying it could be applied directly to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/10/10 (Very useful, 633 readings)
I've used this on many of my jobs for years now as it has never let me down. It is touch dry in an hour and supposed to last for up to 5 years. This is a great paint for your exterior paint work and it's easy to apply. I usually use it for old cast iron down pipes and railings, however, you can use it for lots of different metal objects. Apparently you can use it for certain woods and plastics, however, I've only ever used it once on some plastic pipes. The results were good, however, I'm not sure how long it will last. I once used hammerite on some galvanised beams, however, as they had never been painted before I primed them with special water based ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/10 (Very useful, 270 readings)
I've used Hammerite Direct to Rust Metal Paint for the the first time ever today, so here I am reviewing it! I should say first of all that I'm not a DIY expert at all so this written from a 'newbie' point of view. I was mainly attracted by the 'Direct to Rust' aspect, as the gates and railings I needed to paint have been a bit neglected and there is some quite severe rust that no amount of sanding had managed to remove. The paint is very easy to use, just open the lid, give it a bit of a stir and away you go. Its quite thick and gloopy in consistency so be careful about overloadding your brush and leaving blobs of it everywhere. I got a little ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/02/09 (Very useful, 1074 readings)
I know what your thinking this is an unusual subject for me to be writing about and you would be correct in that thought. I thought I would give it a go however as my son is giving his first car the once over and thought it could do with a bit of tender loving care in the body work department. Hence my writing this review. It all started when he passed his test and his dad gave him his first car via an old client and friend. My hubbie got it in part payment for a job he did for said friend and was at a loose end as to what to do with it next, so giving Tom his first car seemed a logical choice. This is where Tom all fired up starts getting new bits for ... Read the complete review
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