This blog post is an in-depth continuation of our FAQ page about spraying internal windows and doors. There have been a few add-on questions over the years. So we thought we’d re-look at the original questions that are often asked and give you a bit more information on them. This way you have the full picture of how we tackle spraying inside spaces.
Is there going to be a lot of mess?
Our process for making sure there's no mess
When it comes to addressing concerns about potential mess during the UPVC spraying process, as previously mentioned we take meticulous steps to ensure a clean and tidy environment. Before we begin spraying, our expert crew carefully prepares the area by moving furniture and any potential obstacles away from the designated painting zone. Moreover, any objects that cannot be relocated or are close to the work area are diligently covered. We do this with protective coverings to prevent any stray paint particles from settling where they shouldn’t. We have covered everything from chandeliers to rocking horses so please don’t stress about overspray getting on your belongings.
Whilst we're spraying
During the spraying process itself, our team maintains a keen eye for detail and precision. We employ advanced spraying techniques that minimise overspray and ensure that the paint is applied evenly and smoothly onto the surfaces. Our paint sprayers in Cardiff work with precision and care to achieve flawless results! This is all while safeguarding the surrounding environment from any unnecessary mess or spills.
What we do should an accident happen
Despite our meticulous precautions, whilst spraying internal windows and doors, accidents can occasionally occur. In the rare event of an unexpected spill or mishap, our team is fully prepared to handle the situation swiftly and effectively. We have comprehensive protocols in place to address any accidents promptly. These include immediate containment of the spill, thorough cleaning of the affected area, and quick resolution to minimise any disruption to the overall spraying process. Then if we can’t remove any unwanted paint after deploying all our options you still don’t need to worry because we’re insured. Our priority is always to maintain a clean and orderly work environment while delivering exceptional results for our clients.
Does it smell when you spray inside?
How we use open windows and doors for ventilation
Concerned about potential odours during the UPVC spraying process inside your home? Well, we prioritise ventilation as a key aspect of our approach to mitigate any lingering scent. Our Cardiff UPVC sprayers strategically open windows and doors to facilitate airflow throughout the space being painted. By allowing fresh air to circulate freely, we effectively disperse any paint smells. As a result, this promotes a more comfortable environment for both our sprayers and homeowners alike.
Why air is the best option to remove the smell
In our experience, we’ve found that fresh air is the most effective solution for dispersing paint aromas. Chemical air fresheners or masking agents may simply cover up the smell temporarily. However, the natural ventilation provided by open windows and doors allows for the complete exchange of indoor and outdoor air. This process helps to remove any lingering scents at their source, leaving behind a fresher and more pleasant atmosphere once the UPVC spraying is complete. By using natural ventilation, we ensure that your indoor environment remains comfortable and odour-free throughout the painting process.
Is the UPVC paint toxic or non-toxic?
Why the spray paint isn't toxic
In addressing concerns about the toxicity of the UPVC spray paint we use, it’s essential to emphasise that our paint formulation is specifically designed to be non-toxic. The safety and well-being of our clients, their families, and the environment throughout every stage of our spraying process is something we put before anything else. Our paint undergoes rigorous testing and adheres to strict safety standards. This is to ensure that it poses no harm to human health when applied indoors or outdoors. So rest assured, our UPVC spray paint is free from harmful chemicals and toxins. This should provide peace of mind for homeowners and their loved ones.
How spray paint is actually environmentally friendly*
In addition to being non-toxic, our UPVC spray paint is also environmentally friendly. We are committed to reducing our ecological footprint and promoting sustainability in all aspects of our operations. Our paint formulation is water-based. Therefore, this significantly reduces volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions *compared to traditional solvent-based paints. This environmentally conscious approach not only safeguards the air quality within your home but also contributes to the preservation of our planet’s natural resources. So by choosing our UPVC spray painting services in Cardiff, homeowners can feel confident that they are making a responsible and eco-friendly choice for their property and the environment.
We hope this deep dive into a previously brought-up subject has put your mind to rest. However, if you’re still considering spraying internal windows and doors but still have some concerns then just call us up. To find us you just need to go to Google and we are sure to be right at the top when you search for ‘spray painting near me‘ as we are one of the best at what we do. After a personal discussion, we’re sure you make you feel at ease with internal spraying for your home.