What type of paint is used to paint uPVC?
UPVC has a non-porous finish, which means you need to use a paint that will stick to the surface, rather than get absorbed by it as wood does. UPVC paints are usually quite thick, and in most cases, good quality paint will need thinning out to go through a spray gun to be applied.
Solvent-based paints are popular paints as the solvents evaporate in the air and the paints harden onto the uPVC as a solid rather than covering over as a layer. Our paint is a ‘2 pack paint’ which means that you add the hardener to activate the paint, ensuring a firm adherence. You must be careful when picking your paints as any completed job will look great when first done, but over time, you will start to see defects and issues.
What if my property does not have uPVC?
As well as uPVC we are able to spray paint all types of materials, developing our own paint enables us to create the perfect mix for the chosen material.
Spray painting your uPVC’s also gives you the option to choose from one of the three finishes; matte, satin or gloss and the most popular, favoured colour in the UK is RAL 7016 Anthracite Grey. There is an infinite selection of RAL colours to choose from, or you can even create your bespoke colour with the help of our colour matching service.
Satin is our most popular and recommended finish, selected by 95% of our customers satin, it looks the most natural and is made up of 30% Gloss.
Regardless of the current condition of your windows, our uPVC painters will ultimately restore and transform thе internal and external uPVC wіndоwѕ, uPVC wіndоw frаmеѕ, uPVC wіndоw ѕіllѕ and uPVC wіndоw trim — all for a fraction of the cost of replacing your windows. UPVC Spraying is the ultimate option and you can save up to 75% on replacing.
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