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Using a spray painting gun for house painting: dangerous?

Spray painting, commonly called spraying, is a building painting technique which uses a specially conceived spray gun to vaporise the paint.

Advantages of the spray painting gun

This greatly efficient tool allows the coat of paint to be spread evenly on the surface. And often, one coat is sufficient to cover up properly. However, this tool should be manipulated by professional painters only as its essential to receive a complete training on how to use it so it won’t be dangerous.

Dangers of the spray painting gun

Indeed, it sometimes happens that amateurs use neglectfully the spray painting tool and particles of paint catch in the wind and are accidentally sprayed on their car, their garden furniture, or even on the neighbour’s balcony!

How not to damage another surface?

Here are a few tips on how to not damage your car or any other surface when exterior painting using a paint gun.

The best option: hire a certified painter!

Obviously, if you want to avoid the problems, the best option is to call upon a certified building painter who did receive the appropriate training in regards to the use of the spray painting gun. An experienced painter will know how to evaluate the situation by putting a particular attention to certain details:

FinDecor’s team already painted large exterior surfaces that were located at only 10 feet from a Volvo car dealer, with gusts of wind that go up to 50km per hour. Our painters knew how to deal with it so everything turned out fine.

To learn more about spray painting or to make a reservation for professional painter’s services, please contact us.

Dave Beaupre

Master Painter