Morning all, long time no see. Decorating productivity been low recent months but time to kick start…
Decorating my Mother’s place & using skills learned from TP the last 2-3 years to take it up a gear, refinishing plaster, better paints etc.
But she has these pressed finished white doors that in fairness have done very good service and not required painting until now. They were fitted when a new build some 22 old years back. They are just starting to show some signs of age.There’s maybe 14 of them in total.
I’ve been asked to gloss them but I’m wandering how best to approach?
Reason to ask is I just resprayed one of our old cars & did something I’d not done in maybe 20 odd years and did a full respray with a degree of success that surprised me. And as such I was wandering if it might be most efficient take them all off and spray prime and spray gloss??
That said I’ve never done any form of house decorating spraying and have zero idea of products / tools.
Would appreciate advice as always.
_It is a good idea spray them or am I over complicating things? _
_If it’s a good idea, any advice how to approach? … tools, materials etc? _
And if better to stick to manual methods then also what’s the best approach and suggestion for materials and tools?
I’ve got a half decent compressor and a new mid price spray gun (one with the paint feed from above) and a couple of old ones as well.
Any advice, articles or links would be really interesting to see and read.
Many thanks in advance for any help and pointers. All the best