Upvc Paint

Over time UPVC can fade and lose it's original colour. More often than not people would like to rectify this, and as cleaning simply isn't enough, a paint coating is often required. However, a lot of paints will simply not stick to plastics, and especially not UPVC. This is where the Bedec Multi Surface Paint is very useful.


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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 £14.41 (£17.29 Inc VAT)

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Rustoleum Pegalink Universal Adhesion Primer

Rustoleum Pegalink Universal Adhesion Primer

Rustoleum Pegalink universal adhesion primer for uPVC,and galvanised steel and all smooth surfaces.

From £16.30 (£19.56 Inc VAT)

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Rustoleum Galvinoleum Adhesion Primer 3202

Rustoleum Galvinoleum Adhesion Primer 3202

3202 Galvinoleum Adhesion Primer adheres to glass, porcelain, most plastics, and other smooth surfaces

From £13.99 (£16.79 Inc VAT)

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Owatrol Polytrol Restores Faded Plastic, GRP

Owatrol Polytrol Restores Faded Plastic, GRP

Sunlight, rain and pollution all cause plastics to fade and discolour Polytrol Restores Faded Plastic and GRP Chrome, Alum...

From £11.05 (£13.26 Inc VAT)

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Owatrol Deco Multi-Surface Paint

Owatrol Deco Multi-Surface Paint

Owatrol Deco is an oil-based multi-surface paint suitable for all surfaces and a rust inhibiting primer all in one.

From £58.62 (£70.34 Inc VAT)

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Owatrol ESP Easy Surface Prep

Owatrol ESP Easy Surface Prep

Owatrol ESP - Easy Surface Prep added stick for glossy surfaces use on melamine, plastic, glass, metal, painted surfaces a...

£18.53 (£22.24 Inc VAT)

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Preparing UPVC for Painting

Still, preparation is required on the plastic. You need to lightly abrade the surface with either a green Scotch Pad or a fine sandpaper, and once this is done, wipe it down with methylated spirits. Methylated spirits removes any residual oils or grease and evaporates quickly, leaving no residue behind. Once this is done apply the Bedec MSP (two coats are advised).

Now, if you're painting something like a window frame or a paneled door, we often recommend the addition of a paint conditioner, namely the Owatrol Floetrol. What Floetrol does, it slows down the drying time of the MSP paint which otherwise tends to dry rather quickly. This can leave brush strokes which are undesirable. Floetrol helps alleviate that problem and gives you a much more professional finish, similar to that of paint which has been applied by spray.

Applying Paint to UPVC

Use of a good quality brush also helps. The Prodec X7 or X9 we find to be very useful. Once you've applied two coats, allow your coating to fully dry. Even though it will be touch dry after about four hours, the paint tends to be soft for the first two or three weeks but it will still be resilient to any weathering. After about three or four weeks the paint does become very tough, very hard wearing and difficult to damage. Don't forget, if you don't like the color, you can always paint it again.

Call Promain’s technical support team today if you have any questions or queries relating to Bedec MSP or any of the other UPVC Paints and Coatings found within this section.