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Everbrite Protective Coating
A crystal clear, protective coating formulated for the restoration and protection of metals. It can also be used for the protection of woods, hard plastics, and fiberglass substrates.
A tough, thin, clear protective coating which provides protection for metal from salt damage, tarnish, corrosion, and oxidation. ProtectaClear is scratch resistant for metal that gets significant handling.
A long-lasting clear polymer resin that restores faded paint color to pre-owned equipment quickly, at a lower cost than alternative restoration coatings, turning pre-owned into like-new equipment.
Everbrite, Inc. manufactures and sells cleaners and other products to help prepare the substrate for the proper application of the clear, protective coatings.
Everbrite, Inc. manufactures clear, protective coatings for the restoration and preservation of metals and other substrates. There are several formulations of each coating available.
What problems are solved by Everbrite Coatings? What is the shelf life of Everbrite products? How can you tell if a surface can be restored? How are these coatings applied?
Everbrite, Inc. manufactures and distributes products to restore, rejuvenate, seal and protect metals and other substrates. Everbrite and ProtectaClear coatings will restore and protect ferrous and non-ferrous metals, painted metals, alloys, anodized aluminum, polished metals, plated metals, and will seal and protect rusted metal and metals with patinas. Everbrite coatings will also protect woods, hard plastics, vinyls, fiberglass & other substrates. Everbrite coatings are not cross-linked and can be maintained indefinitely. The unique, clear coatings are easily removable and repairable and are self annealing. The crystal clear coatings are thin and crystal clear, tough and durable, are practically invisible, allowing the beauty of metal to show through. Everbrite Coatings restore the color and luster to dull, faded substrates and have excellent protection properties to protect metals from U.V., salts, moisture, corrosion, acid rain and rust. The length of time between repair or re-coating depends on the substrate, amount of use, exposure to the elements. For example, a polished railing in constant use will need more attention than curtain wall.