Home renovation is a very general term that can apply to a wide variety of projects.
Although upcycling is normally associated with wooden/metal furniture, the fixtures and fittings in your home can also be greatly improved by spraying with a suitable paint.
A great place to start would be fitted wardrobes and cupboards, bringing a cohesive look to compliment and enhance your bedroom.
Moving downstairs, kitchens can be totally resprayed, In “Situ” if required, tiles also with a suitable for surface product. The correct preparation is vital to achieve the best possible long lasting finish on this or any home based project.
This is a perfect choice for minimal upheaval and disruption to your life, and a very cost effective solution.
So if you want to ring the changes instead of ringing the Bank Manager –
DON’T DELAY – RESPRAY !
Laminate is a non – porous, smooth, sometimes shiny man made material. It is often used to cover less expensive wood composite furniture, cabinets etc, and also flooring.
Spraying Laminate flooring is possible but a little involved. It requires primer, specialised paint and a high quality sander.
Preparation is really the key for this job, this ethos also applies to all Laminate spray / paint projects.
Inexpensive shelves, furniture etc can be sprayed for a matching or contrasting finish. Done well this can provide a cohesive and upmarket look at a fraction of an upmarket cost.
Spraying - A great way of ringing the changes, to achieve a new fresh look for your Laminate
UPVC (Unplasticised Polyvinyl Chloride) is a low maintenance building material often used in window, door, and sill construction and as a replacement for old single glazed wood units.
Production of UPVC is subject to strict safety controls, and being non toxic in its finished form makes it ideal in the manufacture of windows etc, whilst providing zero risk to consumers.
UPVC is extremely durable and with minimal maintenance could be expected to last an average of 20 years, sometimes more, sometimes less, depending on the quality of the original product.
Although UPVC is available in a range of colours it is possible to spray good quality UPVC in almost any colour. This also applies to Composite (doors etc), to ensure perfect colour matching for all external hardware.
Spraying your UPVC – adding an infinite spectrum of colour to your world .
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