Prep for painting furniture
Have you chosen spray painting as the best furniture restoration option? That’s a smart decision! By choosing spray painting, you can save nearly 60 percent of the budget that you’ll otherwise have to dedicate to buying new pieces.
Selecting the right company for the job, however, isn’t necessarily the easiest task. It’s a good idea to do a bit of research and ask some questions.
The manner in which furniture will be prepared for the application of the paint is one of the most important aspects of the job to inquire about.
Furniture Prep – How we do it Companies like All Surface Respray go through a couple of preliminary steps that guarantee the quality of the outcome. We have the experience from Kitchen Respray and the resources to do a couple of preparations that guarantee the smooth and even coverage of the wood.
Depending on the specifics of the job, it can either be completed in your home or in our facilities. We’ll take a look at the pieces and give you an idea about the preliminary work that will have to be done.
A bit of sanding may be necessary to ensure the smoothness of the surface and enable the proper adherence of the paint. In addition, the All Surface Respray team is qualified to do minor repairs if there’s some light damage. A crack here and there doesn’t mean that the furniture is no longer usable. We’ll do our best to improve the issue, giving you furniture that looks like new when we’re done.
Don’t Underestimate the Importance of the Preliminary Steps You may think that doing the prep work and the painting on your own is a good idea that will help you save some money. The truth, however, is quite different.
Getting the furniture prepared for painting is essential for increasing the longevity of the outcome. Otherwise, you’ll end up seeing the paint peeling off your furniture. Such problems will certainly cost you more money in the long run.
You should also refrain from hiring a company that doesn’t deal with the preliminary work. This failure is indicative of the lack of professionalism. A comprehensive service is the only one that will give you good looking results and that will also produce the highest return on investment.
Furniture spray painting is definitely one of the best options for giving old furniture a second life. Do you have any questions about the process? Ready to get started with the restoration? Give us a call today and we’ll be happy to get started immediately.
Philip Mckinney owns and operates one of the largest and most successful kitchen respray companies in the industry. He essentially coined the term “kitchen Respray” when he purchased the domain kitchenrespray.com in 2010. He has developed most of the “best practices” and industry standards in the Respray sector. Philip has written hundreds of articles on every aspect of the business and processes including the wider scope of the respray business in general like PVC respray, Bath respray, furniture respray, worktop respray, and repair.