How to spray paint windows?
Window painting on UPVC windows improves the aesthetic appeal of the property and allows your windows to last much longer. This particular paint provides excellent weather protection and assures that your paintwork will look as good as new. Our UPVC spraying Swansea specialist explains how to spray paint windows to achieve a high-quality finish.
Why spraying works
Plastics and metals can be painted in various ways, including with multi-surface paints. However, not all of these long-term solutions may be used to recolour UPVC or composite windows and doors. When it comes to spray paint, the possibilities are endless. It’s easy to forget that even the most mundane elements of our homes can be transformed into something spectacular with a simple coat of spray paint. It’s a simple, economical, and enjoyable method to update the appearance of your home.
Make sure that the surface is clean and dry and that there is no decaying wood. Using sandpaper, lightly sand the frame. It is not recommended to use any cleaning products that contain silicone or wax because this can interfere with paint adhesion. It should be sufficient to use warm, clean water. Mask off the area using masking tape and paper or cardboard to prevent it from being damaged. Ensure all of the glass is covered and any areas of the wall that can be affected by overspray. If your window frame is made of aluminium, you’ll need to prime it before painting it. Apply an even application of primer to the wood to aid in the adhesion of the paint.
Spraying should be done in even, thin coatings. Typically, two coats are plenty to get the job done. In order to manage the spray paint’s distance and firing pressure in the first shot, the masked region should be targeted. To remove all of the paint from the nozzle, make sure to turn the can upside down after spraying. You’re good to go as long as the nozzle is simply emitting gas. Apply the last coat of varnish. Remove all of the masking tape and paper off the surface before moving on.
You can also spray doors
If your uPVC (or composite) door is old and worn out, painting it can radically improve its appearance and functionality. Making the final coating is not challenging, and the finished product is highly durable. After it has been painted, no one will be able to tell that it is a conventional white uPVC door!
There is no better and more affordable method to transform the appearance of your home than by applying a brand-new finish. With years of UPVC paint experience, our staff at UPVC spraying South Wales has completed thousands of jobs with our high quality, both interior and outdoors. We are assuring that our clients are always satisfied and exceed your expectations. We have developed our procedure over the years to provide all of our clients with a long-lasting finish. Contact us to see what we can do for you, regardless of the colour or size of the job.