top of page
Vegas-doors-at-Sunrise-(1) (1).jpg

Have Your Storage Doors Lost Their Luster?

Dull, Faded, Chalky storage doors detract from your curb appeal and make renting harder. Restore any color doors & metal buildings to look new again. Long-term protection.

Closeup of Red Storage door faded and restored to original color and luster
Closeup of Orange Storage door faded and restored to original color and luster
Closeup of Green Storage door faded and restored to original color and luster

Have Your Storage Doors Lost Their Luster?

Let the Everbrite™ Restoration System "Bring your Doors Back to Life" and Protect them from the sun with strong sunscreen and anti-oxidants. Yes, the sun can fade and chalk-painted metal. Fortunately, faded, dull, chalky painted doors and metal buildings can be restored to look new again. Everbrite™ will restore painted metal to the original color and luster and provides strong sunscreen protection for paint. 

Faded, dull storage doors, metal buildings and signs are universal problems in the storage industry. Your customers like to rent from well-maintained facilities. When a facility is well maintained, your customers feel safer and more comfortable renting from you.

Everbrite Coating is a clear restoration coating that restores faded metal of any color. Everbrite Coating is not a paint so there is NO masking or taping necessary. There is NO tricky or complicated mixing. Everbrite™ Coating is ready to apply. Clean the metal completely and apply Everbrite™ to restore the color and luster. You can restore your doors or metal buildings yourself.

Everbrite™ is formulated to remain flexible and will not crack or peel like lacquers or automotive coatings. When a door is rolled up, the roll can be as small as 5 inches so any coating used on roll-up doors must remain flexible. Aluminum panels on a metal building will expand and contract with temperature changes. Any coating that does not remain flexible will crack and peel if used on roll-up doors or aluminum panels. Coatings made for short pieces of steel like automotive coatings are not flexible and should not be used for metal buildings or doors.

Everbrite™ newest video shows close-ups of exactly how to clean and restore the finish of chalky metal storage doors. This process can be used on all painted metal surfaces.

Well maintained, clean facilities attract customers. If just one long-term customer goes to the new facility that's moving in down the street, you can lose thousands of dollars.

  • RESTORATION - Everbrite™ will restore your old, faded, dull, chalky doors and metal buildings to look new again and will restore the original color and luster.

  • PROTECTION - Everbrite's strong sunscreens and anti-oxidants protect metal from corrosion, oxidation, acid rain, moisture, rust, chalking, salt corrosion, graffiti and more.

  • ECONOMICAL - Material Cost for Coating and Cleaners under $18 per large roll up door and about $8 for small doors.

  • LONG LASTING - The original restoration will look great for 5 to 10 years and Everbrite™ can be refreshed and maintained indefinitely.

  • FLEXIBLE - Everbrite™ will expand and contract with metal so it will flex with your roll-up doors - NO peeling - NO chipping - NO cracking - WILL NOT discolor or yellow with age.

  • FREE ESTIMATES For Material Only or for Professional Application.

Customer Reviews for Self Storage Facilities

"Sometimes a simple Thank You is not enough. Seems there should be more – especially when you have made two of our family legacy self storage facilities look so radiant! A few years ago, you made the doors sparkle in our 800 + unit facility. The doors were over 30 years old. They endured blistering summers and icy winters. Now they are bright, shiny and fresh looking. We no longer look tired and neglected. Staff and customers are upbeat and rental rates are up as well.


Recently, you applied the same treatment to the doors of another self storage facility of ours. In addition, you treated the entire metal buildings. Talk about the WOW! Factor, this is it. Because we were so pleased with the enduring results of your work on the larger facility, we went for the entire building package for the recent treatment and we could not be more pleased. As a company, your timely response and thoroughness serves you well. Your on site staff were cordial, efficient and thorough. They were fun to chat with. At the end of the day, the jobsite was clean. The work was started and completed as agreed. Well done, my friends. Keep up the good work! May every day be an EVERBRITE DAY !!"

-Mike Clark  Ramona Self Storage - Grand Ave Storage

Restored Storage Doors

Splotchy Paint?

Even though your doors are fairly new, do you see light-colored paint splotches on your doors? What causes these? What can you do to fix them? 

Green storage door with yellow splotches from touch up paint. Splotches can be restored.
Green storage door where the splotches have been restored to look new again with Everbrite

The paint on your storage doors is baked on paint and will last for years without fading. When your doors were installed, matching touch-up paint is used to touch up any scratches or blemishes.

Paint that is not baked on will fade more quickly, causing light-colored splotches on your doors.

Since the paint matched to begin with, Everbrite Coating will restore the splotches back to the original color and luster - making your doors match again.

To fix splotchy doors, clean the entire door. You can coat the splotchy areas with Everbrite Coating.

If you want to test your splotchy doors, clean the area with mild soap and water, rinse well with fresh water and observe the area when wet. The water will replicate the coating to show you what your door will look like without the splotches. (When the door dries, the splotches will re-appear until coated with Everbrite™)

Everbrite™ is a clear restoration coating that restores faded metal of any color. Everbrite™ is not a paint so there is NO masking or taping necessary. Everbrite™ is self-annealing and will blend to itself so it can be maintained indefinitely. 

Storage Door Kits

Everbrite Logo

Looking for a Contractor?

National Contractor Map

Please Click on the Map Below to Find a Contractor Near You!

National Contractor Map for Certified Everbrite Contractors
  • Is ProtectaClear® safe on jewelry to be worn on skin?
    Yes, ProtectaClear® is safe on skin and is used by many jewelry designers and jewelry manufacturers. ProtectaClear® will protect the metal as well as the skin of the wearer from discoloration. ProtectaClear® will make jewelry hypoallergenic. ProtectaClear® is practically invisible and is used on polished metal jewelry and even jewelry with patina on it.
  • How does ProtectaClear make jewelry hypoallergenic?
    ProtectaClear is painted onto clean jewelry and provides a protective barrier between the metal and sensitive skin. Two coats are recommended on most jewelry to ensure the metal is completely covered so even sensitive skin is protected. ProtectaClear is skin safe once cured. It is thin and completely clear and will not change the look of the jewelry.
  • How is ProtectaClear different than clear nail polish?
    Nail polish is a lacquer and does not have the protective properties of ProtectaClear. ProtectaClear has Anti-Oxidants in it to prevent tarnish as well as protecting skin from allergies. ProtectaClear is skin-safe once it is cured and is much longer lasting than nail polish for protecting jewelry and skin.
  • Can I use ProtectaClear® on my jewelry with Patina?
    Yes, ProtectaClear® will look great with patinas like Liver of Sulfer and other patinas also. Just solvent wipe and apply ProtectaClear® to protect the patina.
  • Can ProtectaClear® be used on Filigree Jewelry?
    Yes, you can dip the jewelry or use an aerosol can of ProtectaClear® to coat filigree jewelry. If the filigree is very tight, you can just blow it gently to break the surface tension of the coating so it adheres to the metal. Some people use canned air to blow out the coating from tiny holes.
  • Can ProtectaClear® be used on Stones or Minerals?
    Yes, ProtectaClear® can be used on stones and minerals and will enhance the look. However, delicate gems like pearls or opals should not be coated with anything. Also, coating soft plastic beads or non-metalic stringing material is not recommended.
  • Can ProtectaClear® be removed from stones or minerals?
    Yes, ProtectaClear® can be removed if necessary with a Q-tip using a solvent such as Xylene.
  • Can ProtectaClear be removed from jewelry?
    Yes, ProtectaClear can be removed if necessary with a Q-tip using a solvent such as xylene or acetone.
  • Can ProtectaClear® ruin my jewelry?
    No, ProtectaClear® is completely reversible. The coating can be soaked off or wiped off with a solvent like xylene or acetone without harming the metal or stones.
bottom of page