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How to Paint Steel and Concrete Bollard Posts

Have your steel and concrete bollard posts been dinged, scratched, chipped, or damaged? If so, it’s likely time to touch up the posts to make sure your business or property continues to look as good as possible. That is why we’re here to help you get that job done as well as possible. 

Here are the simple steps to painting bollard posts: 

Step One: Collect all of your necessary painting equipment

Step Two: Forget all about painting, go outside and throw the paint supplies away 

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Step Three: Call Ideal Shield to order new Bollard Covers so you’ll never have to paint again 

Step Four: Install your new bollard covers in a matter of minutes 

Step Five: Relax and enjoy your newfound free time and cost savings, you genius, you

Painting can get messy and has to be done multiple times a year to keep the bollards looking good. Why waste that kind of time for the posts to look like this?: 

All joking aside, it’s better to just put the paint supplies away in storage rather than throw them away altogether. There are plenty of other things that could eventually need to be painted but your bollards won’t be one of them. That is if you put the paintbrush down and contact us today at Ideal Shield.

Our knowledgeable sales team will make sure you have the right fit and the right color to fit your posts needs so you’ll never have to paint your bollards again!