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How uPVC Spray Painting Works

uPVC spraying is a process that involves applying a coating system to uPVC surfaces in order to change their color or refresh an existing colour. The coating is applied evenly and quickly using a paint sprayer, allowing for precise coverage and a smooth, even finish. The process typically involves the following steps:


Before spraying, the surfaces of the UPVC windows or doors need to be thoroughly cleaned and any existing paint or coatings are removed. This ensures proper adhesion of the new coating.

Prepped Window uPVC Spraying


The surrounding areas, such as glass, handles, and hinges, are carefully masked off to protect them from overspray. This ensures that only the intended surfaces are coated

Sprayed uPVC Window


The paint sprayer is used to apply thin coats of the liquid resin-based coating to the UPVC surfaces. It's important to work from top to bottom and use sweeping motions to ensure even coverage.

Sprayed uPVC Spraying

Drying and Curing:

After the spraying process is complete, the coated UPVC surfaces need time to dry and cure. This allows the coating to fully bond and harden, providing a durable and long-lasting finish.

uPVC spraying is a cost-effective way to update the appearance of uPVC windows and doors, providing a fresh and modern look. It is important to hire professional spray painters who have experience and expertise in this process to ensure proper preparation and application of the coating.

Please note that the specific steps and techniques may vary depending on the contractor or company performing the uPVC spraying.

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