how to paint a polycarbonate roof - polycarbonate
Polycarbonate is a durable plastic for a variety of products such as electronics, automotive components, and construction.
Like other plastic surfaces, polycarbonate is non-porous.
This property makes it a candidate for poor paint adhesion unless you do so beforehand
It is treated using wear technology.
Before you paint your polycarbonate roof, use the appropriate preparation steps or cause peeling.
Apply the appropriate coating, specially formulated to resist sunlight and bad weather factors, otherwise it will eventually fail.
Enter your pc roof using an extended ladder.
Wash the roof using a pressure washer with a low pressure washerpressure tip.
Wait for the whole day and let polycarbonate dry.
Grind polycarbonate to promote adhesion.
Wash the roof with a palm sander with a reserve of 180grit sandpaper.
Stop when the plastic feels slightly rough. Fill a 5-
Gallon barrel with no more than 2 gallons of acrylic latex primer.
Attach the nap cover to the roll rack and screw it onto the roll extension rod.
Scale the ladder with a barrel of primer in your hand.
Place the bucket on the polycarbonate roof and collect the rollers and 3-or 4-
Inch latex brush.
Apply the acrylic latex primer to the polycarbonate roof using a roller.
Start at the far end of the roof.
Scroll vertically and work backwards in the direction of the ladder.
Wait three hours for polycarbonate to dry.
Use the brush to touch any missing areas that the roller cannot reach.
Wait three hours and the primer is dry.
Clean each of your painting tools with water.
Apply the external acrylic enamel paint to polycarbonate in the same way as the primer.