How To Get A Great Metal Spray Colour Painting: Tips and Tricks

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Spray painting, especially at a DIY stage is usually done on small objects such as door hardware, bicycle frames, aerosol cans etc. In most of the cases it is not at all necessary to get a perfect finish in spray painting. However, if the painting is being done for some speciality applications or any project that needs to be visually attractive.

In fact, it is extremely simple to get the best finish on your spray paint coat. Briefly in this article we have discussed the best tips to get a perfect coating and finish for your DIY projects and crafts. These tips are so simple and can be used for any colour spray paints.

Once you master the art of spray painting the objects, you’ll have plenty of opportunities ahead of you. You can explore your creativity with various objects that will be right in front you. A few examples how simple colour spray paint can make a great décor: A small pumpkin, painted with a golden spray paint will make up a great table décor for thanksgiving.

Tip No.1:

Preparing the surface properly is the first step to a greater coat. The painting surface must be free of any foreign particles such as dust, dirt, sand, oils etc. This will affect the coating by creating an uneven layer of paint. If metal is being painted, then it is necessary to prepare the surface by a variety of methods like, emery cloth, steel wool, sand paper, files etc. This would make the metal surface ready to accept the paint, thereby a guaranteed pathway to a perfect coating. Finally, after removing all dust and grit, the surface should be washed with any organic solvents such as alcohol and acetone to remove any oil that might be present on the surface.

Tip No.2:

In order to prevent the areas that you don’t want to paint from any smudging or spills, a masking tape must be used to cover the surface. Although any masking tape would work, for better results it is advised to use the specialty tapes, designed for this purpose. The excess tape can be trimmed using a hobby knife or a razor blade. It is also advised to use rubber gloves during the application.

Tip No.3:

Prepare your spray-painting room. Professional spray painters have a dedicated space to work on their projects with all sophisticated equipment such as paint boards, exhaust fume hood and several other that might help them manage the space and to keep the environment safe. For beginners, it is relatively easy to set up a working space to work on their projects. All one needs is a few cardboard boxes to cover the walls to prevent it from any accidental spills. The box can also be shaped in proper shapes to provide a great and cheap working space. A small slit with a fan with a reverse magnet position can be used as an exhaust hood.

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