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Restore Garage Doors
Restore and Protect Garage Doors

Restore Faded Garage & Front Doors

Restore Garage Doors

To make your garage and front doors look brand new, use our Everbrite Coating. 

If your garage door is looking tired and chalky, it’s time to restore it— not repaint it. Your garage and front doors are a huge part of the overall appearance of your home. Give your door a makeover that will last for years by renewing colour and shine with our Everbrite Protective Coating in just a few hours.

Before & After

Restore Garage Door Paint
Restore Garage Door Paint
Restore Garage Door Finish

Chalky, faded garage door above was restored to look new again with Everbrite Coating Restoration Kit. Available in one or two car garage door sizes


Has Your Painted Metal Door Lost Its Shine? A chalky, faded front door can ruin the entire look of your home. Renew the colour and shine with Everbrite™ Protective Coating in just a couple of hours. Your front door is a HUGE part of the overall appearance of your home. Don't paint Your Metal Front Door. It can actually ruin the original baked-on finish.​ 

Restore Garage Door Paint
Restore Garage Door Paint


Originally, the paint on your garage door was baked on. Don’t paint your garage door and lose the original finish. Many of the additives that used to make paint last a long time have been taken out of paint due to health and environmental concerns. (Like lead) Paint that is not baked on tends to fade faster and may even peel or bubble. You can easily repair the finish of your garage door by restoring it with Everbrite™.

Everbrite™ is a tough, durable Clear Protective Coating that restores the colour and shine on faded garage doors and will protect the paint from fading, corrosion, oxidation, acid rain, rust and more.

  • Restore the Original Colour and shine of Your Garage Door

  • Less Mess than painting

  • Much Easier than painting.

  • Less Expensive than painting.

  • No masking or taping necessary.

  • Protect the door hardware at the same time.

  • Everbrite lasts much longer than repainting.

  • Coated surface is much easier to keep clean. Repels dirt.


Everbrite™ is easy to apply. First, clean the garage door. Then, apply the clear, durable coating. NO buffing. NO rubbing. Just apply, let dry and ENJOY.

For lasting results, please apply the recommended 2 coats of Everbrite™.

Refinishing your Garage Door is a simple two step process. (Download Instructions Here)

Step 1. Clean the Garage Door with EZ-Prep Cleaner and Water. Rinse well and let dry. Remove all chalk and oxidation, wiping with a rag if necessary. Rinse until water sheets off of the door and no bubbles remain. How the door looks clean and wet is how the door will look coated. Remember to clean in a uniform manner (no swirls, diagonal lines, etc.).


Step 2 – Apply Everbrite™ to renew the finish. If you have rubber weather stripping, tape it off on both sides to protect the rubber from the solvent in the Everbrite™. The solvent can make the rubber sticky. Pour the coating into a metal or glass container. Dip your applicator completely and squeeze out just the excess to prevent dripping. Simply glide on the Everbrite™ Clear Coating with an applicator pad (included), or a natural bristle paintbrush. Everbrite can also be sprayed on with a paint sprayer. Do not buff the surface. The colour and surface will be instantly renewed and will dry to the touch in about 15 minutes depending on the temperature. Apply the 2nd coat after an hour when the Everbrite™ is completely dry. For lasting results, apply the recommended 2 coats.

Everbrite™ is a very forgiving product so even if you make a mistake it is easy to fix. Everbrite™ will blend to itself. If you miss an area, let it dry, then simply touch it up and you won't be able to tell where it was.

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What Our Customers Are Saying About Garage & Front Doors

"The door has original paint and is over 15 yrs old. It also faces south. We could not believe how easy the whole process was." 


-Heidi Balogh

Restored Garage Door
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