Have an old Spa that we are refurbishing. Is a fiber glass outer shell and TP members have advised solutions on that, many thanks to them … got materials and just about to start work.
It has 8 wooden side panels that have seen better days so I cut new ones out of a decent external grade ply, rounded the edges and corners, primed them twice in Rubbol plus grey and then Gras a Laquer ready to sand flat.
I’ve had in mind to use a vinyl wrap as these panels get a lot of weather hammer and over spill from the spa when it’s in use (not for a good while).
Anyone have any experience to use vinyl wraps in external applications? I thought it might keep weather out better?
Or should I do what I know and build a rock solid paint finish up? And if so what products to use that will give me something iron clad for the future?
Used Otek and one of the Tikkurila products (which I forget just now) for a huge amount of external wood earlier this year and the finish was impressive. Thanks Howzz for that.
Interested in options how to go. of course cosmetically it needs be great finish but also long life as well. Starting get lazy and want start reducing repetitive work. New stuff ok
Few photo’s here of the panels and unit to give an idea what I’m trying to do. Just realising what the wife been saying for months, that our Kitchen has become a workshop! Next project
Many thanks in advance