1, Faster than brush painting.
2, Dries more quickly than brushed on paint.
3, Can be used on nearly any surface including - wood, metal, plastic, wicker & resin.
Paint used for spraying can either be oil or water based with each having its own advantages,
As an example -
Oil based paint produces a harder wearing, more durable finish.
Water based paint is much better for the environment.
How to get a good finish with spray –
Preparation is ALWAYS the key to achieving a great finish.
Best results are achieved by spraying on a horizontal surface as the paint levels better, with a light sanding between coats.
A good spray painter will achieve a very consistent finish, even in all those little nooks and crannies.
With regard to cost, its’ probably comparable.
Spraying uses more paint = More product cost.
Brushing or rolling takes longer = More labour cost.
In summing up, spray provides a modern sleek finish, ideal for all your individual projects.
So to have it your way – GO FOR SPRAY !
Getting a little tired of the cool greys’ in your home !
Bring your interior bang up to date with a pop of jewel colour, and turn that bland coffee table, bookcase, cupboard etc from an ordinary usable item of furniture into a statement piece.
Combine this with warm neutral tones to create inviting, cocooning spaces perfect for the winter season.
Bright blues, Greens, Maroons , Reds and bold splashes of orange and gold. Just a little colour goes a long way.
Try – Green and Pink, Red and Orange, Blue and gold, the combinations are endless.
NO WAY, you say - TRY IT, we say !
Spraying just one or two pieces can bring a WOW factor to any space.
If your wish is to achieve maximum impact with minimum upheaval - LET US KNOW
SPRAYCO – The Way To Go .
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