The electrostatic spray painting process for metallic surfaces
Refresh your space with Spray Finishes, a Division of Stone Services’ on-site electrostatic spray painting. We have been in the electrostatic spray painting business since 1938. While we specialize in on site finishing, we also have a 10,000 square foot shop for any jobs that need to be done off site.
Whether you are looking to use a solid or metallic paint for file cabinets, bathroom partitions, elevator doors, and/or lockers, electrostatic spray painting is the best application. The spray painting process is beneficial as it reduces overspray, and can save you up to 80% of the cost it would take to replace with new.
Our Electrostatic Spray Painting Process
The electrostatic process uses magnetism to guarantee a professional, high quality finish. The paint is electrically manipulated so that positively charged paint molecules are attracted to negatively charged surface molecules on the surface to be painted. This assures a smooth, clean finish free of drips or blemishes, and makes it possible for the paint to dry in hours.
The best time to electrostatically spray paint is after all construction in your space is finished. The team at Spray Finishes, a Division of Stone Services can provide overnight, on-site services. Some projects can be completed in less than a day, with furniture or frames ready for use by morning.
Our process for applying electrostatic paint for metallic surfaces is as follows:
- Prior to applying paint, our team will protect the surrounding area
- Once the paint is applied, it will be dry to touch within a few hours
- After the project is completed, our team will clean up the site, and leave you with a “like new” finished product