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Wrought Iron metal Gates made in Johannesburg by Amazing Gates,

Our gates are tops ,

Wrought iron is a metal object that has been heated up red hot and hammered and bent to a different shape. gates made of wrought iron are still hand-forged and beaten into shape at amazing gates Johannesburg, giving the name WROUGHT ( moulding to shape) – which makes them so expensive only the wealthiest families can afford them. Modern wrought iron is machine-made, though, only if standard designs are required, and it’s affordable for most properties.

Wrought Iron Driveway Gate Designs.
Searching for the highest quality wrought iron driveway gates for sale? Amazing Gates is the leader in the industry!
we are often asked what is wrought iron , when a blacksmith takes a normal piece of iron and heats it up red hot in a fire, then hammers it into a different shape like scrolls or twists and bends it, then it’s called wrought iron, iron that’s been wrought into a different shape,
Give us a call at 0836294562 to speak with one of our personable sales people to get all your questions about sliding swing and bi-parting gates and designs answered, on your next wrought iron gate purchase contact us on whatsup
the best way to paint a metal gate in Gauteng South Africa. wash the raw steel with a degreaser and wipe down with a cloth doing this in full sun that will allow the water to dry quickly, then apply 2 coats of acrylic red oxide  paint orimer and allowing it to fully dry for 2 days, then paint on 2 coats of acrylic roof paint. Obtainable from excelsior paints in industrial Johannesburg, or from your local hardware.   
the longer the red primer is left to dry before applying the top coat the better. Painting with a brush and also using a mohair roller size determined by the size of the gate, leave to dry for 2 full days in the sun,   Roof acrylic paint is manufactured to last a lifetime in the sun and rain,
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steyn City,
featherbrook estate
the eye of Africa






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