WHAT ARE THE RIGHT THINGS TO PAINT?
Our aerosol bombs are always ready for use. To paint perfectly, you don't need a thinner, a cleanser, a brush or a blender.
Here's how to do it:
1. Put the bomb at room temperature.
The aerosol bomb should not be too cold. The ideal temperature is 20oC.
Shake the bomb vigorously for about 2 minutes until you clearly hear the marbles in it. This step is very important to allow the mixing of color pigments. This is the only way to get the desired color.
If possible, spray outside or in well-ventilated rooms (cave, workshop or garage). Inside, cover the surrounding areas sufficiently to capture the fine paint mist. Surfaces that should not be painted should be hidden. It is also important to work with good lighting to check that the surface is fully painted.
Never spray immediately on the object. Try it on newsprint or cover paper first. At this stage, be sure to keep a distance of 25 to 30 cm. Different objects require different spraying techniques. Start spraying the paint outside the object. Press firmly on the spray head during movements. Make slow and steady back-and-forth movements with the aerosol bomb and turn the bomb away from the object. This is the best way to properly measure the spray and avoid clumps of paint on the paint surface that would form "tears" or "drippings."
Do not try to get a smooth surface from the first pass. The first passage should be considered a "mist of preparation"; you will get a smooth surface at the second or possibly the third pass, i.e. by spraying the paint in a "wet on wet" technique at intervals of 1 to 2 minutes. For any new passage, it is necessary to wait 24 hours otherwise there is a risk of the formation of "blisters".
If you follow the detailed instructions and specific instructions on the labels, nothing stand in the way of the success of your business