Pintyplus water-based aerosol paints

Pintyplus are constantly adding new and innovative paints to their range. Aware of an increasing consumer preference for more environmentally friendly water-based paints, the R&D department in Barcelona has been working for a while to try and produce a water-based acrylic spray paint with the technical, quality and performance of a solvent paint. Pintyplus were...

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spraying pintyplus paint

How to get great results spray painting

Have you ever tried to spray paint an object and had less than perfect results? Getting the perfect finish is dependent on several factors including, the type of paint, the surface it is being applied to and the technique you use. We sometimes find new spray painters are so excited to see results that they...

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different types of spray primers

Which primer to use

Pintyplus spray primers are designed to help paint achieve greater anchoring on difficult low-porous surfaces or to help seal very porous surfaces which would otherwise absorb a lot of top coat. Spray primers also have other qualities, many of them are antioxidants helping to stop metal surfaces from degrading. They give the finish greater protection, resistance...

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How to use paint on wheel rims

How to paint motorycycle wheels

If you would like to change the colour of your car or motorcycle wheel rims, or you just want to give them a touch up to help them look their best, this blog post is for you. Pintyplus have recently added Wheel Rim paint to their TECH range. It joins a growing range of sprays...

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wood burning stove pipe sprayed with high temperature paint

High temperature paint

Pintyplus high-temperature paint has been designed to withstand temperatures of up to 600C and is typically used on objects like wood-burning stoves, barbecues, heating pipes and boilers. Characteristics of High-Temperature Paint Pintyplus high-temperature paint is available in 400ml aerosols with a coverage of 2m² making it the most economical spray paint on the market. Drying...

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pintyplus chalk vs home

Pintyplus Home vs Chalk paint

For the last few years our best-selling line has been Pintyplus spray chalk paint, but last year a new range of paints was added to the Pintyplus family. Home looks similar to Chalk but hich is right for your project and what are their differences Colours • Pintyplus Chalk is available in 20 colours, although...

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spray painting a galvanised metal trailer

Using Pintyplus galvanic spray paint on metal

Pintyplus’s galvanic spray primer is part of the TECH range of paints designed for specific DIY applications. Galvanic Spray Primer is an anti-corrosive aerosol spray paint that is hard-wearing and resistant to the elements. Applications for Galvanic Spray Primer Galvanic Spray Primer is designed to be applied to metal surfaces to prevent corrosion. Application to...

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varnish options

Everything you need to know about varnish

In this blog post we look at the different types of varnish we sell and explain why you might choose to finish your piece with them and which will work best. Pintyplus make matt, satin and gloss varnishes all of which are clear and don’t yellow. They are easy to apply and provide a protective...

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How to spray paint a vase

How to spray paint a vase

Can you paint vases? Yes you can and it’s an easy and fun project with Pintyplus spray paints. Giving a charity shop find a makeover so that is more in keeping with your personal style is a win for charity shops and a win for the environment. For this project we picked up two very...

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How to spray a bike

Refurbish your bike with spray paint

The last few months have inspired many people to get back on their bikes and although we are heading in to the colder months, the number of new bike lanes popping up around the UK means the trend is set to continue. Perhaps you have a bike in your garage that has seen better days...

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what colour is mustard

What colour is mustard?

One of the most popular colours in our Pintyplus chalk finish spray paint is ‘mustard’, but what shade actually is mustard? Whilst here in the UK the word ‘mustard’ might conjure up an image of a browny orange shade of yellow similar to Coleman’s mustard, there are in fact many shades of mustard and they...

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Become a Pintyplus consultant

Become a Pintyplus consultant

Do you get a kick out of being creative and inspiring other people to bring new life to unloved things? If so we have an opportunity that may be right up your street! Spanish paint brand Pintyplus is bringing upcycling and DIY parties to the UK and we’re looking for consultants to work with us...

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how to paint a straw hat

How to paint a straw hat

Last summer I picked up a free promotional children’s summer hat at an outdoor event. It did a great job of keeping the sun off the kids for the day, but we thought we’d like to jazz it up a bit and make it our own. This particular hat looks like straw, but the label...

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how to paint plastic garden chairs

How to paint plastic garden chairs

Plastic garden chairs are cheap and easy to buy and because of this you find identical ones in gardens across the UK, but did you know you can paint them with spray paint and give them a new lease of life and an individual look? In this post we show you how to quickly...

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how to paint household appliances

How to paint a fridge or freezer

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...

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