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With so much weight being placed on recycling, and restoring, giving your furniture a makeover is just one of the ways to extend their life so that it doesn’t end up on the rubbish dump.
Spray paint is a useful way to add a touch of colour to your project. It’s available in just about any colour you’d want and can be bought at your local home improvement store. Using spray paint might appear to be an uncomplicated process, but if you’re unfamiliar with it, the results can be unsatisfactory.
Conventional Spray Paint
Paint is placed in a pressurised container and dispersed using a valve to release a mix of paint and compressed air. The result is a fine mist that is efficiently applied to various surfaces. Apart from using a roller or paintbrush, spray painting is one of three key methods for paint application and it’s faster, cleaner, and simpler to produce a uniform coat.
Airless Spray Paint
Airless paint sprayers apply paints spraying very finely. The fluid being dispersed is pumped at high pressures by way of a minute spray hole. When the fluid penetrates the atmosphere, it splits into tiny droplets, creating a sheet. This permits for precise control over the employment of the liquid. Airless spray guns function while attached to a high-pressure pump to atomise the liquid being sprayed, using various tip sizes accomplish the desired spray pattern. This type of system is used by contract painters for easy painting of heavy duty industrial, domestic, chemical, anti-corrosion and marine coatings.
Spray paint is available in enamels, stains, mat and gloss, and you will find varieties created for just about any surface, including metal, wood, plastic, glass, and brickwork. If it can be painted, there’s most likely a spray paint that can perform the job.
Irrespective of the sprayer you select, your work surface will need to be prepared. Preparing the work area consists of scraping, sanding and cleaning it, as well as covering up those areas which aren’t to be painted.
Benefits spray paint:
• Quick application
• Smooth coating
• Minimal waste
A brush and a roller are good enough for painting nearly all surfaces, however, for jobs that are big or have complicated surface detail, it’s preferable to spray the paint onto the work surface. Spray painting is significantly less tedious than brush painting, and it provides sleeker consistent paint surface.
Whatever paint, texture or coating you might want to spray, for domestic, industrial or large scope spraying projects, we can supply you with quotes from different contractors to assist you in your quest for renovation.