We were asked to quote for spraying kitchen cupboards at this house in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire.
The homeowner wanted to give the units a more fresh and modern look. We suggested that she could perhaps consider going for a two tone colour combination. Having looked through the Farrow & Ball colour chart she chose two colours. Pavilion grey for the top cupboards and a darker shade of grey called Plummett for the bottom ones.
Following our normal kitchen cupboards spraying process we started by drawing a diagram of the kitchen. Each cupboard door and drawer is numbered so that they are returned to their exact positions. We then removed the doors and drawer fronts and these were loaded into the van for transporting to our workshop. The carcass was thoroughly cleaned and degreased and then all the surfaces not being sprayed were masked up.
Spraying Kitchen Cupboards
Two coats of high adhesion primer were applied allowing the required drying time between coats. The surfaces were lightly sanded after the first and second coats and cleaned off with tack rags. Once the second coat of primer had dried the top coats were sprayed. We did the top cupboards first with the Pavilion Grey and then the lower ones with the Plummett.
After the last coat had dried we were able to remove all the masking.
The exact same process was carried out at the workshop on the cupboard doors and drawer fronts. Once all the coats were applied they were given a further couple of days to fully cure. We then returned to refit them and put the handles back on.
As you can see the end result is fantastic and the customer was thrilled with her new looking kitchen.
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