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What is a good product to plastic coat metal with?

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A DIY solution would be Ruskins 2 part plastic coating. Itcan be applied by brush

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I use Dip Molding Specialists to plastic coat my tools for me. Here's their site:
http://www.runfoldplastics.co.uk/coatings.php?gclid=CPehptzo3bQCFaTKtAodlDkA-g

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Have shutters front of house fadded...tried everything except paint...sun fadded terribly....any ideas to bring back luster? Tried Amoral but rain washed off..ideas appreciated.


several mfg of coatings nowdays offer , spray applied coatings that work on plastic and tin shutters well, ask at your local paint store for them , also make sure you remove the silicone coatings you have applied previously to allow coatings to stick properly

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Defy manual


that's a problem with most new metal things you get the metal has been coated with that plastic to help protect it then they apply the plastic parts over it . take a safety razor and with great care score the coating right next to the plastic parts then remove the coating

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How do I recoat my microwave?


I assume you want to paint it. Preparation is the key. Rustoleum has some pretty good products that look close to stainless steal. Clean the outside thoroughly. The paint will only stick well to metal surfaces. Plastics will tend to crack and peel. Tape and paper off all the parts of microwave not being painted. You will not want to get paint on labels, keypad, plastics or the door seal. Paint takes and hour to dry between coats. Practice with long strokes on something else first. Several thin coats is better than one thick one. Fumes can be strong. Outdoors without wind or a garage will be the best area to paint. Paint is oil based and you will need paint thinner( or WD-40 in a pinch ) for cleanup. I don't think painting would be wise inside the microwave. I painted my range hood, and I swear it looks like its stainless steel. I used the brushed nickel color. Good luck.

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Is it possible to restore the teflon surface of teflon coated pans on which the surface has become scratched (in this case Jamie Oliver Tefal Frying pans)


No. There is no effective repair procedure for the pan once the teflon coating has become scratched down to the bare metal or begins peeling off.

You can continue to use the pan safely, but the non-stick surface will not be as effective as an undamaged coating would be.

Never use metal forks / spatulas / utensils on a teflon coated pan.

Instead try using thermal rated plastic, teflon, or wooden spatulas which will not scratch the pan coatings.

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Sub zero 650: freezer drawer rollers squeak. Any ideas?


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The Sanyo microwave just beeps and 7 constantly appearing


something is probably over-heating. any unusual smell?
are you using 'microwave' safe containers? no metal, foil,or even foil coated hamburger wrappers! or other fast-food product wrappers that are foil coated!
IF IT DOES IT ALL THE TIME- then buy a new one!
they (even in this economy) aren't budget breakers!
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My viking dishwasher does not rinse the soap scum off the dishes


Maybe . . . remove the lower rack and invert it. Look for cracked or missing plastic coating, exposed, rusted & possibly "swollen" inner steel rod/wire. If found, remove the upper rack and look for more of the same. What you think is "soap scum" is probably rust and other iron compounds leached by the dish soap out of the rusted steel onto the dishes and the dishwasher interior. The following worked for me . . .

To clean the interior (with both racks removed), set to "No Heat" dry, then "Pot & Pan" wash and allow to fill. Open door, dump in a bottle of "Lime A-Way", close & latch door and allow to complete cycle. This should remove most rust and iron-sulphate deposits from interior. If not, scrub them with Lime A-Way and a ScotchBrite pad, then cycle again.

Racks must be replaced (Viking are very expensive, Asko, Bosch, or other lower racks may fit: check your neighbors' racks for fit), upper rack must be Viking unless you can exact-match the Asko or Bosch equivalent.

Possible fix: remove the loose plastic coating and flaking rust with a knife, ruff plastic coating with ScotchBrite, clean with rubbing alcohol, then treat metal/rust with "rust converter" (hardware or home imp store), wash with soapy water, rinse, then clean with rubbing alcohol, dry fully, coat with "high temp" (orange or yellow) silicone sealant (auto part store), covering exposed metal and a half inch or so over the plastic coating. Let set for a day or two.

A trip through the dishwasher for all your stained stainless, glasses and non-metallic coated or non-metallic decorated dishes with Lime A-Way as above (on new or "rebuilt" racks) should get the metallic scum and rust off them.

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Peeled beater and hook


Stan. If you were to keep these attachments soaking in alcohol (rubbing) between uses, I'd say yes, however this would probably make more coating flake off. This coating goes into the food you're mixing. Bacteria will remain between the metal part of the attachment and the plastic coating,where you can't scrub it off.

Replace them. Try to find all metal ones. While you're at it, throw out all cracked plates and coffee mugs too, as these cracks harbour bacteria that will survive normal dishwashing. If you are ever in a restaurant and are served food on a cracked plate refuse it and tell them not to just scrape the food onto another plate.

I spent 13 years in the restaurant business, anytime we came across a cracked plate cup or mug, into the trash it went. food and all. Dont take chances with your health. If you found this solution helpfull, please rate it Good luck. ricardok45

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