Everbrite™ Protective Coating is a crystal clear, protective coating formulated for the restoration and protection of metals, however it can also be used for the protection of woods, hard plastics, and fiberglass substrates.
Everbrite will bring back the color and luster of old, faded metal and will protect from the damage that the sun, salt air, acid rain, moisture, and other damaging elements cause. The coating rejuvenates the color and luster on dulled aluminum or steel siding, metal buildings, curtain wall, store fronts, window extrusions, and so much more. Everbrite also prevents tarnish on copper, brass & bronze.
Everbrite™ remains flexible and has excellent adhesion on metals. The coating will not crack, chip, or peel, even with the expansion and contraction of metal.
Just a few projects where our Everbrite Protective Coating can be used
Copper Roofs | Storage Doors | Painted Metal | Brass Doors | Skyscrapers | Aluminum | Bronze | Rusted Metal
Everbrite™ is self-leveling and self-annealing and can be maintained indefinitely by recoating periodically. The average time between recoating depends on the environment that the substrate is exposed to, however, for most applications the length of time between recoating is between 3 and 7 years.
It has UV absorbers and Anti-Oxidants to prevent chalking, fading, oxidation, and corrosion. The coating is also graffiti resistant and acts like a sacrificial coating to protect the coated surface, re-coating affected areas easily and at a much lower cost than alternatives. Everbrite will protect metal from tarnishing, and is especially effective on copper roofs, gutters, and other architectural metals.
Sealed surfaces clean easily with mild soap and water. Metals stay cleaner longer, show less fingerprints, and are much easier to maintain with less effort and time.
Restores the original color and luster of faded, painted metals, has a gloss finish but is not thick or ‘plastic’ looking and is recommended for allowing the natural beauty of copper, brass, bronze & other unpainted metals show through. This finish is recommended for most applications.
Some painted metals look better without gloss finishes but still need protection; Satin Everbrite will blend with metal that has a satin finish. Some paint colors look better with a Satin finish which softens the shine of the paint. Many people also prefer the Satin finish on rusted metals.