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Sign Restoration Process
Here is what it takes to recondition a sandblasted sign!
Bring into the shop and begin filling in holes.
Fill in the cracks and patching bare wood.
Fill holes with wood dowels: cut and glue.
Fill in where lamination separated.
Once patching is complete: sand the entire sign to ensure no further patching is required. Then start priming background and letters to accept the final coat color(s).
Sand Primer and add background color paint.
Repeat process for border.
Wait for Primer to set and dry.
Apply final coat color to border.
Also, paint the edges of the sign.
Begin applying the final coat to the letters.
Once the letters are dry, start refurbishing the artwork.
Being careful not to paint completed areas of the artwork, patience is a must and also the right brush.
Great results takes time.
Completing the final touches.
The clean up process begins.
The Final Product is ready for presentation.
An old sign made to look years younger.
This took days and many hours of careful work to complete not adding drying time for the paint. But the finished product will be well worth the cost. Not to mention, a lot more cost effective than a new sign.
Note: Not all signs can be fully restored due to rot and excessive damage. In order to determine if it is possible to restore, we will gladly come out and inspect your sign(s) for no charge.
If you are interested, please feel free to contact us.
We have more photos in our shop with other restoration projects.
Thank you for your time.
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