Electrostatic Painting Frequently Asked Questions
The following questions are commonly asked about our company and electrostatic painting in general. If you don’t see your particular question here or if you’d like further elaboration, don’t hesitate to contact us today.
Q: Electrostatic painting sounds expensive. Is it?
A: No. In fact, electrostatic coating is often much cheaper than traditional refurbishment methods, and you’ll save far more money with electrostatic refinishing than if you paid to completely replace your metal or fiberglass item.
Q: Does it leave a mess?
A: Not at all. Because the paint carries a charge and is attracted to particles, the application is mess-free, leaving only the objects you want painted to be painted. No splatter, no residue.
Q: How long does it take?
A: That depends on the nature of the job. A single appliance can be coated in a couple hours or less, while a set of lockers may take the majority of a day. For large jobs, we recommend calling us with a list of your specifications to get a better idea of how long the process would take.
Q: How long does it last?
A: Thanks to the nature of electrostatic painting, the coating will remain shiny and eye-catching for years to come, regardless of wear and tear, air quality, and how much contact is typically made with the item. No process is perfect, but electrostatic coating will provide an exceptional finish for longer than most.
Q: What can you paint?
A: Anything metal or fiberglass can be coated using electrostatic painting, including lockers, appliances, furniture and more. For a list of products David Dowland has experience with and would be happy to assist you in painting, view our common electrostatic painting jobs.
Q: I don’t live in Nebraska or Kansas. Can I hire you?
A: Of course! We’ve traveled thousands of miles to help customers with their electrostatic painting needs and look forward to doing so again. We primarily serve the Midwest and East Coast, but no matter where you reside, call us today to request a quote.