Question about Hobart Food Mixers
My large industrial hobart mixer has chips in the paint and the areas look rusty. I'd like to wire brush the spots and then prime and paint it. What kind of paint do I use that would be food grade paint?
You can get spraycans of paint from hobartcorp. by the way no paint is food grade
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
The answer is complex. First, is this going to be used in a food service industry? If yes, then you need to do more than wire brush and touch up with spray paint. You will need to remove the paint, prime, and repaint with a catalyzed urethan (as was done in the factory); this is the only acceptable food grade paint application for steel. If not, then you will need to sand - not wirebrush - the affected areas, prime with a low xylene primer (such as auto primer) and repaint the spot with a low xylene spray paint such as Zynolite's Rust Mate One Part Pre-Catalyzed Epoxy (also comes in brush on). Hope it helps, CS
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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