Pintyplus TECH range includes paint specifically designed to respray or touch up appliances in the home. Pintyplus Household Appliance paint comes in white and stainless steel to match the two most popular colours of fridge, freezers, dishwashers and washing machines.

If you have a long-serving and reliable household appliance that has a little cosmetic wear and tear like dents or scratches, you can cheaply and easily get it looking as good as new again for the price of a can of paint. We spend so much of our lives in our kitchens that it is understandable that we would want to make sure our appliances look their best and the same applies of course to appliances in a work or professional setting, where first impressions are even more important!

how to paint household appliances

Painting your household appliance

For the best result we recommend picking a colour that matches the original colour of your appliance. We also recommend starting with a primer which will help ensure the best adhesion for the paint.

The materials we recommend are

• Masking tape
• Plastic or cardboard to cover the floor
• Alcohol or anti-grease cleaning products for the appliance preparation
• Wire brush
• Disposable mask and latex or rubber gloves
Spray plastic primer and Pinyplus spray household paint in stainless steel or white

Pinty Plus - Tech - Stainless Steel Household Appliances - 400ml

Quick dry stainless steel finish paint. Prevents oxidation.

£11.50

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Pinty Plus - Tech - White Household Appliances - 400ml

Quick dry anti-rust spray paint. White gloss finish.

£11.00

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Pinty Plus - Tech - Primer For Plastics - 400ml

Colourless primer for most plastics. Obtain the best anchorage before applying the final finish.

£11.50

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How to get best results

To obtain a good result it is important to prepare the surface well. Kitchen appliances accumulate a lot of grease which must be removed with soaps or anti-grease cleaning products. If there are traces of adhesives, paper or paint scrapes, complete the surface preparation by applying alcohol or acetone to completely remove them. A wire brush will help us polish the rusty areas.

Once done, you’ll need to protect the floor, cover our hands and face with disposable gloves and mask, and use masking tape to protect the parts that we do not want to stain. It is important that the work area is well ventilated.

how to paint household appliances

Using a primer is advisable, but not essential. If you are touching up a small area it’s not required, but will help paint adhere if you are planning on painting the whole appliance

Finally, applying the paint requires some simple tips..

  • Stainless steel spray paint : shake vigorously for one minute so that the mixing balls sound. Then, place the Inox Pintyplus TECH appliance spray can at a distance of 25-30 cm from your appliance, spraying in thin and fast layers. Apply the second coat after 30 minutes.
  • White spray paint: The same guidelines, but with less time between layers. The paint white spray Pintyplus TECH appliances, you only need 15 minutes between coats, as it dries in half the time. It has a quick dry and a shiny finish.

Painting household appliances with Pintyplus TECH spray is very easy by following these guidelines. A uniform coverage is achieved by spraying in cross layers , and once we have finished painting, invert the can and press the spray until only gas comes out so that it’s ready for its next use.

Pinty Plus - Tech - Stainless Steel Household Appliances - 400ml

Quick dry stainless steel finish paint. Prevents oxidation.

£11.50

View product

Pinty Plus - Tech - White Household Appliances - 400ml

Quick dry anti-rust spray paint. White gloss finish.

£11.00

View product

Pinty Plus - Tech - Primer For Plastics - 400ml

Colourless primer for most plastics. Obtain the best anchorage before applying the final finish.

£11.50

View product