How To Use Chain Link Touch-Up Paint

Chain link fencing appears around homes and businesses worldwide. Chain link is perhaps popular because it is inexpensive, durable, and is available in more options than you would think. But your chain link fence doesn't have to look inexpensive or like it is not actually durable. Chain link fencing is unlikely to rust easily but may be dirty, scuffed, or weather-beaten. It may also be discolored or prone to corrosion if it has been welded or drilled into. Bring your chain link fence back to life with chain link touch-up paint.

Chain Link Touch-Up Paint

Touch-up paint can be used on silver or black powder-coated chain link fencing. While both are made of rust-resistant galvanized steel, black chain link fencing has an additional black powder coating for corrosion protection and visual appeal. Either way, we have you covered.

Touch-Up Paint For Chain Link Fence

If you want to touch up your silver chain link fence mesh, parts, fittings, and hardware, we offer a glossy, hi-performance enamel aerosol paint or a metallic gray aerosol paint. The glossy paint will match the silver-aluminum appearance of bare aluminum and hot-dip galvanized steel. The metallic paint will match the visual appearance of hot dip galvanized steel and restore the zinc coating by utilizing milled and filtered zinc dust, epoxy resin, and aluminum flake.

Touch-Up Paint For Black Chain Link Fence

If you want to touch up your black chain link fence mesh, parts, fittings, and hardware, we offer a hi-performance glossy acrylic black aerosol paint. This paint matches black powder-coated steel fencing, including ornamental iron, aluminum fencing, and gate hardware. It combines primers, sealers, and pigmented epoxy to prevent rust and corrosion.

How To Use Chain Link Touch-Up Paint

Using chain link touch up paint a quick and easy process. Just 3 steps and your fence will look as good as new!

  1. Carefully remove flaking paint, rust, and dirt using a sanding sponge or 120-grit sandpaper.
  2. Clean the area with a light household spray cleaner.
  3. Lightly and evenly apply 2 coats to the area 15 minutes apart to avoid drips.

If you want to repaint an entire chain link fence or convert your silver chain link fence to a black powder-coated chain link, you can use these aerosol paints to touch up or paint your entire fence. You will still want to loosely sand and clean the chain link mesh, parts, and hardware before applying two coats 15 minutes apart.