Kitchen respray helps make old furniture look brand new again.
You just don’t want to throw away your dad rocking chair as its still usable and of course, your favorite piece of furniture. It’s quite understandable as it also carries with it some sentimental value that you don’t want to lose. You needn’t throw it away as you can make your old furniture look new using a revolutionary air-spray painting technique.
They need just 3-4 days to complete a kitchen respray project and to Respray your old furniture. The exact amount of time is determined based on the kitchen size and how complicated your furniture and kitchen cabinets are.
You may wonder why a respray is better when you can hand paint your furniture. Well, painting your furniture is a much more tedious task than you think. It’s not easy to evenly cover it with paint. Air-spraying is a much better option as all it takes is a single layer to make your furniture look brand new once again.
You also save lots of money spray painting your furniture as commercial-strength paint leaves a smooth and flawless finish. Repainted furniture also doesn’t chip or start cracking in a few months or a year’s time. So you needn’t worry about making new renovations or additions to your furniture for another few years!
Easier and faster painting option
Air-spraying is also so much easier and quicker to do than hand painting. You can, in fact, paint your furniture in half the time you’d have spent for a traditional brush painting. It also gives a much better and smoother finish to your furniture once done.
Hand painting is not as easy or neat as expected as it can leave brush marks, and there’s no point spending time and paint repainting it numerous times. Air spraying offers maximum reach for the most hard-to-reach parts of your furniture that is practically inaccessible with simple paint brushes.
Better left to professionals
While air spraying offers so many benefits, it’s also an art that can’t be accomplished overnight. You need to learn how to efficiently and neatly paint your furniture, which requires lots of experience and technique to get professional results.
This is why it’s better to leave air-spraying and a kitchen respray to the professionals. They use the best equipment and have the experience to help make your kitchen and other old furniture look brand new in no time at all.
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.