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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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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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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spray painted metal drawer handles

How to spray paint metal drawer handles

Giving new life to metal drawer handles using spray paint When you give a chest of drawers a makeover the handles are the finishing touch that completes the look. If you are stuck with dated brass handles you might be tempted to buy new ones entirely, but in this tutorial we’ll show you how you...

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how to repaint interior doors with spray paint

Repaint interior doors and handles

In this tutorial we will show you how to give your interior doors a new look using spray paint Material used:      Glitter varnish Pintyplus Evolution B199      Pintyplus Evolution RAL 9016 Traffic White      Pintyplus Tech Blue Forge      Newspaper pepel      Bodybuilder tape      Latex gloves Renew your doors with spray, step by...

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resprayed bbq

BBQ refurbish with high temperature paint

In the midst of the heatwave we are having you might be finding that your trusty barbecue needs some TLC. Don’t throw it out, give it a second chance by making it over with our high temperature paint, you’ll be amazed at how good it can look again! Here’s the BBQ as it was at...

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How to paint an iron headboard in an afternoon

Are you tired of the colour of your headboard, but it’s in great condition so you don’t want to spend money changing it? In a few hours you can transform the look of your headboard and refresh your whole room. Paint helps us to renew and refresh the appearance of furniture without spending a lot...

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how to remove peeled paint from damp walls

How to remove damp marks with anti-stains spray paint

Do you have mould or damp patches in your house? Does it come back out even if you paint over it? In this tutorial we show you how to use Pinty Plus Tech paint to get rid of the stains once and for all. Mould is a fungus that grows mostly in humid and dark...

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respraying iron radiators

Before and after renovating the iron radiators with spray paint

Do you need to repaint the radiators in your home? Or are you simply thinking about changing their colours so they fit in with your  colour scheme? In either case do not miss this tutorial in which Sara from Mamis y Bebes.com shares her experience when painting iron radiators in her home with spray paint....

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How to protect metal from corrosion with zinc primer

Have you got metal you need to protect from corrosion? Or a rusty metal object and you already too far gone? In this tutorial we will show you how to recover metal surfaces and preserve them from the weather with Pinty Plus Zinc Tech primer. In this tutorial Spanish blogger Alberto shows us how to...

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Restoration of Cast Iron Fireplace

Secrets Vintage Girls show you a step-by-step account for renewing your chimney with Pinty Plus spray paint. Such restorations require an exothermic paint ie. a paint which resists high temperatures. Since the Sandblasting technique is not available to most and requires a team of experts with equipment, you can be replaced the need for this with a very...

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Clockwork – Stainless Steel over Plastic

Today we show you the transformation of a small office by Bricoydeco. We wanted to highlight the new wall colour by decorating it with several clocks decorated with Pinty Plus Tech Stainless Steel spray paint. Here we provide step-by-step instructions on how to convert a plastic wall clock into one that looks like stainless steel by simply using spray paint....

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Cast Iron Radiator Revamp

We echo a post by Le Petit Marché Aux Puces in which they showed us how to paint a Cast Iron Radiator using spray paint. Three products are required for this project to etch, prime and paint the item:  Greenox Paint Stripper Pinty Plus Tech Ferric Primer Pinty Plus Evolution Spray Paint The old Cast Iron Radiator...

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Tray-table Customization

Tray-tables are very practical, especially because in a moment they can be assembled and disassembled, making them ideal as an extra complement in the living room, Dining room, Conservatory or Bedroom. Here we show you how you can customize a tray-table with Pinty Plus products. To bring your personality and a touch of originality to your tray-table quickly...

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Forge Challenge

A challenge was set for our Spanish Bloggers to produce one DIY project using many different materials. The only stipulation was that they must finish the item with Pinty Plus Forge spray paint. We were looking for something very creative to win this challenge. I wonder if you can identify what materials were used to...

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