|Condition: The dark bronze anodized aluminum building facade panels on this commercial
building in Neenah, Wisconsin were lacquered after they were installed on
the building. Over time the lacquer coating on the anodized aluminum panels got chalky, flaky and started peeling. The management of the building wanted the anodized aluminum panels to be restored to the original luster of new brown colored anodized aluminum. The building is a Class A facility and the unsightly condition of the building facade had to be remedied. The old weathered lacquer had to be removed. Due to our renowned anodized aluminum restoration expertise, our client contracted us to remove the failing lacquer and return the anodized aluminum panels to their original condition.
York Property Company Solution:
To refurbish and recondition the weathered and faded anodized aluminum panels we had to chemically strip the lacquer
off the anodized aluminum finish without damaging the brown anodic
layer. Removing the lacquer was time consuming and required our skill,
expertise and experience as commercial anodized aluminum panel
restoration contracting specialists. If the panels were
bleached, burned, acid etched or scratched the anodized
aluminum would have to be replaced. The anodized aluminum
reconditioning program got the lacquer off of the anodized aluminum
panels safely and refurbished the anodized aluminum dark brown
color and satin finish.
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