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White Paint for Restoring Screen Door


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I am currently restoring a very heavy Victorian style screen door that came with the house built in 1954. I was wondering when you say your color for white is off-white, is this true to a pure white color or is it more on the cream beige color white? Our house is white siding and the door frame is white and I don't want to paint any other color. I have the door rust free and did a rough, light sanding over the old paint which is baked on enamel and washed it down with TSP Solvent and rinse. Any other suggestions would be helpful. Thanks.

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The RustSeal Off-White has a slight amber hue to the white. It would be best to put down 2 coats of RustSeal and then 1 coat of DiamondFinish White. The DiamondFinish White is a UV stable top coat which is ideal for your application. Please let us know if that helps and if you have additional questions.

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