May 072010

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Those that have a central heating system installed will know that radiators can soon start to look tired and shabby. Rust can be very common, but it is important that you do something about it. Some do decide to leave them as they are, but they don’t look very attractive do they? Visitors that come to your home might even comment on how ghastly the rust on the radiators looks. Therefore, if you’ve come across rust on your radiators, it about time you did something about it.

We like to call this central heating spring cleaning. It’s a catchy name and it should help persuade you that regular central heating maintenance is essential. This could be booking a boiler service in or cleaning dust off your system, but today’s lesson is all about rusty radiators.

Lets say you are a housewife with central heating Newcastle. You have organised for some friends to come over but you’re concerned about your unsightly radiators. It doesn’t matter where you are in the UK, Newcastle or elsewhere, as it is always first impressions that make a difference. It could even be that you’re trying to sell your Newcastle home, in which case, rusty radiators really will give a bad impression. It doesn’t actually matter if you’re a housewife or a bachelor; the tips enclosed herewith will help you get your radiators looking brand new again – whatever the important date is.

Tip1: Rust is actually a frequent feature on radiators around the UK. First and foremost, you need to strip the radiator surface back to the bare metal. The best way to do this to use a varnish and paint stripper.
Tip 2: After this, prime the metal using a metal primer and this will seal the surface.
Tip 3: Be sure to have an enamel handy to complete the process.
Tip 4: To make a success of this, shop at a decent and reputable DIY store for the essential bits you need.
Tip 5: And finally, just remember not to use any normal paint products on radiators, as these can be very bad for the central heating system.

These are essential tips for giving the radiators that are part of your central heating system a new face.

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