The Kitchen Respraying Procedure: A Step by Step Guide
Are you considering a kitchen respray project? If so, you’re probably wondering about the steps that it involves. Concerned that it’s going to take too long? You have nothing to worry about. Having your kitchen cabinets spray painted is one of the quickest and cleanest upgrade procedures that you can go for.
A professional team like All Surface Respray’s experts will need about three to four days to complete a kitchen makeover. During the first two days, the cabinet doors will be removed and cleaned.
This part of the kitchen cabinet deserves the most attention because it is most visible and it usually gets damaged faster than the inside of the cabinet.
Once the cabinet doors are prepared for spray painting, professionals can start exploring the cabinet body.
This part of the cabinet will need to be cleaned and prepared for kitchen respray, as well. If necessary, the inside of the cabinet will be sanded. Professionals will assess the condition of the cabinets and make sure that the surface is smooth and clean enough for spray painting to be 100 percent successful.
In the case of a larger kitchen, this second preparatory step can take up to 24 hours.
This is the final part of the kitchen respray project. During the third phase, professionals will have the cabinet doors re-fitted. The paint will be applied and if necessary, the kitchen doors will also get new handles. This is a perfect opportunity to change things up a little bit in the kitchen by going for slightly more modern accessories.
Since spray painting equipment is used, the mess is minimal. The use of rollers and brushes will lead to drips everywhere. The problem can be resolved easily through the selection of a spray painting alternative. There is no mess and the professionals will make sure that the kitchen will look brand new upon the completion of the project.
These are the three basic steps of the kitchen respray project execution. There could be slight variations in the length of the phases, depending on the size of the kitchen and the condition of the cabinets.
Do you need to have your kitchen cabinets spray painted? Give us a call today and we’ll let you know how long the execution of the project is going to take.
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.