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049
FILING CABINETS
(Same as painting of Steel Furniture)
050
FIRE DAMAGED SURFACES
Where surfaces are not actually damaged by burning, only the paintwork is
affected by smoke or heat, those can be repainted with proper surface
preparation.
Surface Preparation:
Remove all blisters or loose materials from the surface by scrapping. Wash the
surface with a detergent solution to remove as much as possible of the smoke
deposits and rinse thoroughly with clean water to remove washing residues.
Allow the surface to dry before painting.
Painting:
Exterior: 
One Sealer coat with Syn. Clear varnish after
proper thinning
1 coat with Plastron Sealer.
2 coats R. APE/ Weather coat/ Syn. Matt
                                                   
Finish.                                                  
Interior: 
1 coat Plastron Sealer.
2 coat R.APE/ Luxury Silk.
051
FURNITURE
Now a days there are a varied range of furniture made from either alone or a
combination of steel (or stainless steel), timber, plastics, cane, bamboo etc.
Painting will depend on the users’ requirement considering durability and
decoration. The coatings may be clear, glossy or matt. Long durable coatings
call for Epoxies or Polyurethanes. Structures for steel furniture may be given
durable coatings with stoving paints either matt or glossy.
Steel Furniture:
Surface Preparation: As for ‘steel & Iron’.
Painting:
2 coats of Robbialac Super Gloss Synthetic Enamel or
(Air drying)
Jhilik Synthetic Enamel over a coat of suitable primer.
*Stoving:
(Spray application)
1 coat of Stoving Red Oxide Primer.
1 – 2 coat of Stoving Enamel Paint (Matt or glossy)/        
                                                 Epoxy Enamel   
                      
Wooden Furniture
It is always beneficial if the timber is seasoned, treated &
fairly dry.
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