Our Premium Interior Paint Series, Imperial

Our Premium Interior Paint Series, Imperial

“Made in Oklahoma” since 1972!

Structural Steel Coatings

Structural Steel Coatings

The Industry's Protective Fabricated Steel Components

Why Use HIS Paint

Why Use HIS Paint?

“Made in Oklahoma” since 1972!

Are YOU Ready to "Ready Seal"?

 

Baby, it’s getting cold outside, the winds are blowing, the temperatures are dropping and all I keep thinking about is if my beautiful outdoor projects I spent so much money and time on this summer! Are you wondering the same thing? Not to worry, HIS Paint now carries the product for YOU!

5 Reasons Customers Love H-I-S

                                                        
We've had a lot of amazing feedback from our customers over the years, and we thought we'd share with you guys 5 of the top reasons why real customers who have been loyal to us for the past 5+ years say they LOVE H-I-S!

 

How to Tell if Your Paint is Compatible

How to Tell if Your Paint is Compatible

Paint compatibility entails your paints ability to actually adhere to older coats of alkyd or oil-based paint. When you're trying to use a water-based latex paint to paint over more than three or four coats of old alkyd or oil-based paint, the adhesion can prove to be minimal, which causes flaking and "lift off." Rob Hooft, a structural chemist with a Ph.D. in molecular modeling and X-ray diffraction sums it up best. 

Propane Tank Refinishing Solutions

Propane Tank Refinishing Solutions

Propane tank refinishing is the best way to protect your investment from the elements. Rust, corrosion, and weather-related imperfections inevitably begin to rise, increasing the potential for rot and rendering your propane tanks useless.

Fixing Poor Scrub and Stain Resistance

Poor scrub resistance, poor stain resistance. You know you've got an issue, but you're not exactly sure what's causing it and more importantly, how to fix it. Scrub resistance is the tendency of paint to mimic something around it as you paint. It leaves a small impression in the paint that ruins the job you're trying to do. Stain resistance means that your paint is more prone to absorbing dirt and grime, which can cause the paint to become seemingly permanently dirty and grimy. The main cause of both of these issues is the use of a low-quality paint that is porous in nature. This can also happen when you're using paint without a primer or not waiting long enough between coats. At this point, you may be about ready to give up, having exhausted every option that you can think of. 

Luckily, H-I-S has been experts in the paint industry for a very, very long time and we can help you fix this mess that you're in so that the project turns out perfect.