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Paint Spraying - Spraying Techniques
Paint Spraying Step by Step Guide step by step guide     Back to Spraying & Painting back to spraying & painting


spraying a wooden fence Spraying a Wooden Fence

Spray at an angle so to spray both the edge and the front of each panel of the fence at the same time
Start from the top and work your way down
Move the gun slowly downwards in the straight line keeping it parallel to the edge of the panel



spraying a metal gate Spraying a Metal Gate

Put a sheet of cardboard behind the gate you intend spraying.
Spray at an angle so to spray as much of each bar, and one bar only
Start from the top and work your way down
Move the gun slowly downwards in a straight line keeping it parallel to the bar of the gate



rectangular panel Rectangular Panel

Use the spray gun at an angle so to spray the whole of the edge and some of the top panel
Start from one corner and follow the arrows along the perimeter of the panel



horizontal surface Horizontal Surface

Start from one corner of the panel and follow the edge remaining parallel to that edge moving the spray gun slowly from left to right, and then right to left alternatively
Always move the spray gun in straight lines and remain at the same angle and distance from the surface
Use the spray gun at an angle pointing so that any spray mist lands over the unpainted area


Large Panels

Repeat the procedure described for a horizontal panel, spraying a rectangular area at a time, and overlapping when applying the paint.