Windows & Doors
Re: Help, I don't like the colour of my Colorbond window fra21
Jan 05, 2011 1:02 am
You can't powdercoat windows that are installed (needs to be baked on). Electrostatic painting may be the best option. However, keep in mind that paint lasts about 10 years and Colorbond lasts about 30 years!
Demolition August 2009, Construction Started September 2009, Completed December 2010
Re: Help, I don't like the colour of my Colorbond window fra22
Jan 05, 2011 7:52 am
I have replied to your PM EKQ.
We used Moonriver for the walls and White Smoke for the architraves and we are really happy with that choice.
Thanks for the compliment!
Re: Help, I don't like the colour of my Colorbond window fra23
Jan 06, 2011 6:14 pm
I love the paint colour Moonriver and have seent this colour in your home and others eg. Bel, Phoenix, Southies etc.
Can you please tell me whether you all used full or half strength Bristol Moon River????
Many Thanks, will look forward to a reply )
Re: Help, I don't like the colour of my Colorbond window fra24
Jan 06, 2011 6:29 pm
Thanks so much. Yes it was full strength Moonriver. I am very happy with it. I like the peaceful feel it gives.
Re: Help, I don't like the colour of my Colorbond window fra25
Jan 06, 2011 8:06 pm
Thanks so much for your quick reply. I can finally feel confident that
full strength Bristol "Moon River" is the right colour!!! My DH will be so pleased!!!
Re: Help, I don't like the colour of my Colorbond window fra26
Jun 29, 2014 3:52 pm
Just bumping this thread as i to am thinking of painting my french doors which are currently stone beige.
How did yours turn out? where you happy with them? I would like mine white and have looked at painting them with a spray paint.
Hope you read this.
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