Roma Powder Coating | Abrasive Blasting & Metal Finishing

Generally you should clean your powder coated surface at least once every six months. However, when your item is exposed to areas where pollutants are more prevalent, especially in industrial or coastal regions, a cleaning program should be carried out more frequently. 

Dirt, grime, ultra violet light and salt deposits can all accumulate on your powder coated surface over time and will damage the coated surface if it is not maintained correctly.

 To ensure your coated surface has a long life simply follow a simple, but regular maintenance and care program to remove all excess residue. 


To clean your powder coated surface:

1. Carefully remove any loose deposits with a wet sponge.

2. Using a soft brush (non abrasive) or cloth, and a mild household detergent solution to remove salt, dust and other deposits.

3. Carefully and thoroughly rinse your coated surface off with clean (rain) water. 


DO NOT USE detergents or solvents that recommend that you use gloves when using, as this is a fair indication that it will be harsh and therefore unsuitable for cleaning your coated surface. Some products recommend use for removal of sealants and other residues, however these may be harmful to the extended life of the powder coated surface and should always be avoided as the damage may not be visible immediately and may take up to twelve months to appear. If by chance your coated surface is damaged by paint splashes, sealants or other residue, then either Turpentine, Methylated Spirits or White Spirits may be safely used.