Radiator Paint

About Radiator Paint

High Quality Radiator Paint

Promain are the UK’s leading distributors of paints and coatings, offering a wide range of radiator paints for customers for home or professional use. Our formulated product range includes heat resistant radiator paint from specialist brands; Bedec, Rustoleum, Hammerite, Coo-Var and Ardenbrite.

Please take the time to browse through our product range to find the correct radiator paint to meet your requirements, our brilliant paint and brand range includes many features, such as providing a great finish, protection and being a top quality product. If you require any assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact our technical support team on: 01462 421 333. We can also provide a price list and our experts are more than happy to assist our customers and clients when it comes to discussing specially formulated radiator paints.

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  1. Rustoleum CombiColor 7300MS Multi-Surface
    Rustoleum CombiColor 7300MS Multi-Surface

    A solvent based primer and topcoat all in one that can be applied direct on many different surfaces.

    From £33.34 £27.78
  2. Rustoleum CombiColor 7300 Original Gloss
    Rustoleum CombiColor 7300 Original Gloss

    Lead Free light industrial flexible, rust inhibiting metal topcoat and primer available in the Colour Shop range of 30,000 colours.

    From £41.16 £34.30
  3. Bedec Multi Surface Paint MSP
    Bedec Multi Surface Paint MSP

    A quick drying and versatile, non-yellowing water based paint, available in a wide range of colours and a choice of finishes.

    From £19.78 £16.48
  4. Rustoleum CombiColor 7300 Original Metallic
    Rustoleum CombiColor 7300 Original Metallic

    A smooth gloss metallic coating that acts as an anti rust primer and topcoat all in making it ideal for outdoor use.

    From £20.02 £16.68
  5. Rustoleum CombiColor 7300 Original Matt
    Rustoleum CombiColor 7300 Original Matt

    CombiColor 7300 Matt is an all-in-one primer and topcoat for interior and exterior use on metal and wood.

    From £21.00 £17.50
  6. Rustoleum CombiColor 7300 Original Satin
    Rustoleum CombiColor 7300 Original Satin

    An anti-rust primer and topcoat in one suitable for use on railings, garage doors, buildings, machines, in fact most applications.

    From £21.00 £17.50
  7. Rustoleum CombiColor Smooth 7300 Metal Paint Aerosol, Box of 6
    Rustoleum CombiColor Smooth 7300 Metal Paint Aerosol, Box of 6

    Rustoleum CombiColor 7300 Smooth (Gloss) Metal Paint Aerosol is a primer and topcoat all in one.

    From £50.52 £42.10
  8. Ardenbrite Metallic Paint
    Ardenbrite Metallic Paint

    Ardenbrite Metallic Paint used in Churches, Museums, Radiators, Iron Gates, Street Furniture.

    From £52.06 £43.38

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How Do I Paint my Radiator?

Painting radiators can help to make them a feature of the room, or blend them into the background. Here are our top tips to paint your radiator and bring it back to life:

  • Preparation - Make sure the radiator is switched off and allowed to cool before you get to work. Place a dust sheet on the floor and slide paper or card between the radiator and the wall. Now sponge down the surface with warm water and mild detergent before leaving to dry.
  • Paint - Look for any paint designed for wood or metal such as gloss, satin or eggshell.
  • Painting - For best results, a radiator should be painted in a specific order. Using the edge of a 2 inch brush, paint the edges first, before moving onto the face. On the front, work in small sections, start with the mouldings, painting the top, and then bottom before bringing the two together.

When the mouldings are done, paint the bottom and top edges in long sweeping movements. Carry on across the radiator in a similar manner, slightly overlapping the previously painted section. Make sure you paint into the previous section to help give a brilliant even finish.

Radiator Paint Gloss

At Promain we stock and supply a range of specially formulated paints for our customers, including paint gloss white and brilliant white, all are heat resistant and will provide a tough finish with protection. From rust to multiple coats, a satin finish or enamel painting. For more information on the services at Promain, get in touch today.

Why Choose Promain for Radiator Paint?

Our radiator paints are second to none when it comes to quality, leaving you with an outstanding and brilliant finish that will stand the test of time. Our brilliant radiator paints are durable, and resistant, and are available in a range of colours such as metallic, dark grey and grey radiator paint to help you achieve your desired style and bring your radiator back to life. Our range of paints are;

  • Very hard-wearing paints
  • Excellent abrasion resistance
  • Paints with high chemical oils and solvents resistant
  • Our paints dry at low temperatures

Please contact one of our technical paint professionals today at Promain as we strive to direct you, the customer, to the perfect formulated radiator paint for your interiors, we also can offer paints that provide great coverage and protection.

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Whether you are looking for radiator spray paint or paint to apply by brush or roller, we have a range of options available for our customer base, including a huge brand selection of radiator paint colours. White radiator paint and grey radiator paint are two of the most popular options, though all paints within this range can be tinted to most RAL and BS colours.

If you are unsure how to paint a radiator or what to paint radiators with, all products come with spec sheets dictating the best conditions for painting your radiators at home. In terms of choosing a suitable product, it ultimately depends on what finish you are trying to achieve. All products within our radiator paint range are heat resistant and suitable for application to radiators in a range of commercial and domestic environments.

For the Best Radiator Paint Contact Promain Today

For radiator paints, look no further, as one of the largest Paint suppliers and services in the UK, Promain offers our customers great prices on these durable products and ensures that you will not be let down by our amazing value. With a wide range of radiator spray paints and radiator coatings available, we are confident we can help you find the product(s) and coverage you require. If you need help choosing the right radiator paint, we can help you going forward.

Frequently Asked Questions About Radiator Paint

Can I paint a radiator without removing it?

If removing the radiator is not an option, or you are not comfortable in doing that, then you can always paint it whilst it is still fixed in place, but you will find that painting the back can be a little more tricky. However use of a long handled roller will certainly help you to reach some of the more tricky spots.

How do I remove paint from a radiator?

A common question is “how do you take paint off a radiator?” or “how do you remove emulsion paint from a radiator?” Firstly it is not always necessary to completely remove the old paint from a radiator. Generally rubbing the radiator down with a wire brush or using a wire wool attachment on a drill will sufficiently remove enough of the existing coating for the topcoats to cover them seamlessly. However, if you do wish to remove the existing paint, (this could be due to the previous colour being too dark and you maybe want to go for a lighter colour this time) you will need to use a paint stripper such as Centrecoat ProStrip Water Based Paint Stripper.

Do I need a primer when painting a radiator?

If the radiator is bare metal, then the answer would be yes, you will need a radiator primer to help the new paint adhere to the surface. In this instance we would recommend Rustoleum CombiPrimer, which is a great rust inhibiting primer. The CombiPrimer should be followed with a CombiColor topcoat, Rustoleum 7300MS or Bedec Radiator Paint.

If the radiator is already painted, then no primer is required as the existing paint will act as the primer for you, but please remember you must ensure that you have followed the earlier preparation steps before applying any topcoat.