Quality Spray Painting

Quality spray painting for the homeowner, designer, kitchen, furniture makers and business owner from our factory in Killarney Gardens, Cape Town.

We use high quality coatings , and can create a wide range of durable paint finishes to a wood-based surface, including MDF, veneers, solid woods, ply wood.

There are a variety of finishes and the most popular being;

Satin which is a 30% sheen.

Matt has 10% sheen

High gloss a 80% sheen.

To get the high gloss finish we buff the doors or panels to get a mirror like finish.

Materials we use

Polyurenthane ( PU)
Very good durablity. Resistant to weather, water
Very good gloss retention.
Hardness: Equal to baked enamel.
PU has good colour retention in clears, white and colours.
Formaldehyde free which complies to EU export/import regulations.
Non toxic when fully cured

For Very High Traffic areas enquire on alternative paints
For aluminium and plastic enquire on alternative paint

Care of all sprayed surfaces –  MDF, furniture and cabinets and doors :

Sprayed surfaces although seamless and reasonably durable are not impervious to stains and damage from moisture, heat and UV and is not impact resistant

Use coasters, placemats, and trivets to protect the surface and dry moisture immediately. Should moisture or liquids be left on a supawood surface it may result in staining and swelling of the material
Don’t drag sharp or rough surfaces across furniture, use placemats, coasters and trivets to prevent scratching.

Direct contact with pens, rubber, candle wax, wine, food or any perfumed product will leave a stain on the surface
Air, artificial light and UV may over time change the tone of colour.

Rotate items on surfaces for uniform ageing
Wood may expand and contract over time depending on the season, maintain a constract humidity level to prevent warping or cracking
Rotate all sprayed items for uniform aging and colour development.

Do not drag furniture that has legs as they may crack

Dry dust with a clean microfiber or feather duster. Wipe with a damp cloth and mild cleaner as needed.
Wipe dry immediately.
Do not use cleaning products containing ammonia, alcohol, bleach or petroleum – instead use a general purpose wood cleaner.
Avoid using furniture polish as over time it can accumulate and leave a residue.

It takes 5 full days for the paint to cure fully so use with care in this time. ie please dont place heavy items on the newly sprayed furniture