Would you like a near perfect finish on your wooden trim?
Or perhaps a full makeover to freshen up and modernise your old kitchen cupboards. Rather than the expense and hassle of completely replacing your kitchen cupboards. If so then possibly xvlp -hvlp fine finish paint spraying may be the answer.
XVLP – HVLP Fine Finish paint spraying gives you a near factory type finish. So if all you actually want is to freshen up your kitchen cupboards you can achieve this without the expense of buying a new kitchen. – It gives you a great finish without all the brush strokes!
XVLP paint spraying is mostly known as HVLP (high volume, low pressure) but I use the Wagner XVLP (extra volume, low pressure). This is the latest development & technology and a great improvement over the HVLP system.
Spray painting for results without the brush strokes and minimal overspray so using inside is not a problem at all.
This is especially valuable when using waterborne (water-based) trim paints, as they most often do not self level very well at all. Especially compared to solvent based (oil-based) paints. This is generally because they dry so fast hence not having the time to self level like solvent paints do.
The huge downside of solvent based paints though is that they yellow almost instantly these days. Plus they take far to long to dry. Making shutting doors a problem and having to remember not to touch them or any wooden trim until the next day is a pain. This is made even worse if you have pets and children. Not to mention the smell that lasts for days.
I use paints that dry in hours. In fact there often touch dry in under an hour depending on how thick I have had to apply the coating for best results.
So now you can have the added benefit of a NON-YELLOWING beautiful stay white finish. With also the beautiful look of an oil-based finish… that dries in hours, not in days.
Please view the video of me spraying a staircase to see for yourself how minimal the over-spray actually is.
Xvlp Paint Spraying
Call me today to find out if paint spraying could be the answer you’re looking for.