Finished the 2 flights of staircases on Grade II listed buildings on the historic Grand Union Canal.
On closer inspection, they were in a real mess, and required scraping and brushing back to the bare metal.
When a customer requires work such as this to be carried out at the "wrong" end of the year, it becomes necessary to bide one's time and to do one's best.
Battling with the elements is not ideal, and is always worth reminding a customer that most paints require warmer conditions to dry fully and to cure / harden.
The stairs have turned out very well, and I am sure I will be called back later in the year to coat them at the "right" time. (Protektakote anti slip coatings are fantastic by the way!).