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Surface Types

Surface Types

Restore metals and fibreglass and other hard surfaces

How to restore metals and fibreglass and provide ongoing protection with our DIY clear coatings

Everbrite Coatings are DIY clear coatings to restore metals, fibreglass and other hard surfaces and then protect from colour fade, knock back oxidation and help prevent corrosion, chalkiness, tarnish and rust.

Learn how to restore metals and fibreglass and other hard surfaces from UV fade and environmental damage. We provide instructions and a helpline on how to apply all of our DIY Everbrite Coatings.  Clear coatings: Natural Gloss, Satin & Matte finishes available.

Protecting exterior surfaces from New Zealand's harsh UV conditions.

It is well known that New Zealand’s (and Australia’s) uniquely harsh climates with high UV light make exterior weatherproofing and colour protection a challenge.

With most of our populations residing close to the coastline and relentless UV light; there is a continual fight against nature to protect materials against corrosion, rust, tarnish and colour fade.

Everbrite’s range of DIY coatings for painted, powder-coated, anodised and bare metals, hardwood, fibreglass and ceramics provide corrosion and UV protection.

The 'Everbrite Advantage'

No other DIY clear coating of its type can match the longevity of an Everbrite coating.

A surface coated with an Everbrite coating can be maintained indefinitely and should not need to be removed when the instructions are followed.

Painted, powdercoated and anodised metals. 

Apply a maintenance coat straight over the top of the pre-coated surface to add more antioxidants and UV filters. The maintenance coat(s) knock back rising oxidation on painted, powdercoated and anodised metals for years to come. 

Brass, Bronze, Copper, Silver

At the first sight of discolouration or darkening, clean the surface with mild soap and water, rinse and dry. Then add a maintenance coat to add more antioxidants to keep tarnish away for more years to come.

Stainless Steel

At the first sight of tea staining or rising rust, clean the surface with mild soap and water, rinse and dry. Then add a maintenance coat to add more antioxidants to knock back the rust and protect for more years to come.

Rusted Corten, Mild Steels

At the first sight of rust transference (test on a white damp cloth) clean and dry the surface and then add a maintenance coat to add more antioxidants to knock back the rust and protect for more years to come.