Paint an Outside Basement Door
Outside basement door – Many external source doors are horizontal, which trap doors in your basement, bug or basement. Because horizontal surfaces are particularly vulnerable to full sun and sometimes standing water or snow, a color suitable for other horizontal surfaces, such as tires, will keep up better. Scrub the outside basement door clean, with mild detergent. If there is mold or moss, use a blend of a cup of bleach for 3 cups of water or a commercial deck or sidewalk cleaner containing fungicide. Rinse the doors well. If the doors are made of wood, do it at least two sunny days before painting begins to allow the wood to dry. Scrape loose paint and rust. Use a power grinder to get the job done faster.
How to paint an outside basement door. Prepare any remaining rust with rust stabilizer. Rust stabilizer is an aqueous solution that sucks in rust and stops the rusting process. And you can find it on most hardware or vehicle delivery stores. Follow the instructions on the label. Use a bonding sealer that inhibits paint from peeling on old wood outside basement door with several layers of paint. These sealants glue down old paint and dense small cracks and cracks to prevent water from entering.
Then to paint an outside basement door. Prime the door with a suitable primer. And use either water or oil based outer primer for wood or oil based primer for metal. And also use two layers of rust inhibitory oil based primer if you have not applied a rust stabilizer. Caulk or fill holes, gaps or remaining cracks with painted silicone Drive for wood. Use an Epoxy Pack for Buckles in a metal outside basement door. Then paint source doors with two layers of quality 100 percent acrylic tire color.