Roller Garage Doors – Steel roller for garage doors can be painted in the same way. That other steel garage doors are painted. As with any painting job, the trick is to properly prepare the surface before painting. And then use the right paint for the job. Painting garage doors are actually easier than painting some other surfaces. Because they rarely require priming and, unless painted with high gloss paint, they need very little sanding.
Remove any wax and peeling paint from the roller garage doors by rubbing lightly with a 3M Scotch-Brite gray chafing and soapy water. Light the garage door with a fine steel wool to reduce the brightness if it has been previously painted with sand. Sand any scratches or other surface imperfections with sandpaper until they are smooth. Try not to expose any metal parts under the paint. Clean the door carefully to remove any dirt, salt, and grease on the door.
Cover the handles and ornaments with the painter of the tape and place a rag under the door. And also any exposed bare metal with a galvanized metal designed primer. You only need to use this primer if there is exposed metal. Do not paint the articulation joints and the edge. The door with a layer of exterior latex house paint. Do not paint the articulation joints and the edge. Let the roller garage doors paint dry for at least 30 minutes and then apply a second coat of paint.