WHAT CAN BE PAINTED?
Electrostatic painting is a cost-effective solution for many of your metal and fiberglass restoration needs.
Below is a sampling of the most common objects refurbished by David Dowland & Company, but this is just a start. If you have a question about an object you’re looking to restore and you don’t see it listed here, give us a call at 402-572-8880 and we’d be happy to provide you with a quote.
Lockers: Workplace and school lockers deteriorate after just a few years of service, and replacing them outright is costly, especially if you’re on a budget. The electrostatic painting process is the easiest way to restore lockers to like-new condition. Coating can be applied over a large area in a fraction of the time of other forms of painting and restoration, leaving employees and students to wonder how you completed the project so quickly.
Bathtubs: Metal bathtubs are perfect candidates for the electrostatic coating process. Water damage over time can leave your tub faded and chipped, but electrostatic painting provides you with a finish that looks as good as new, and the process is far cheaper than an expensive remodel.
Reclaimed Furniture: Vintage is IN in a big way, and you want your reclaimed furniture items to be in good repair while still retaining the shabby chic look that drew you to the architecture in the first place. With electrostatic painting, you can refurbish your antique furniture safely, without compromising the integrity of the item.
Fiberglass: Scratches and dings are difficult to remove. Rather than pay a ton of money to a repair shop or replace your fiberglass item entirely, use electrostatic painting to cover noticeable defects with a fresh finish that can’t be beat.
Appliances: Washers, dryers, sinks, refrigerators, dishwashers, and anything else you can name: electrostatic painting can be used to have your appliances appear brand new.
And More: We’ve conducted the following jobs for our customers, but if you don’t see your item on the list, contact us for an estimate.
See the Before and After examples of:
• Office Equipment
• Sinks and other restroom fixtures
• File Cabinets
• Kitchen Items
• Commercial-Grade machinery