How to paint plastic windows and not be disappointed in the result,

over time, people's tastes may change, which is why many at times instigate repair work to change the interior of an apartment or house. Sometimes there is a desire not easy to change the wallpaper, and conduct dramatic changes, including changing the color and window frames. Here immediately the question arises whether it is possible to carry out the painting of plastic windows?

The answer is yes. Plastic frames can be painted, but this will have to get acquainted with the process technology and a lot of effort, because the work must be carried out carefully and attentively. The quality of the paint work will affect not only the appearance, but also on the technical characteristics of the window.

Before starting work, window profile undergoes careful inspection. The plastic frame must be perfectly smooth without any traces of glue or silicone, clean and dry. Directly before beginning the staining frame blown with compressed air for cleaning it from dust and crumbs. Part of the window, which is planned not to staining, protected from accidental drops and smears with adhesive tape.

In the next step the profile is wiped special cleaner for PVC surfaces, which is applied to the cloth. This solution removes static electricity and eliminate fat. It remains to wait a couple of minutes to complete the weathering of the composition and you can begin to paint work.

If you can not find the right shade of paint you can get it yourself by mixing several colors. It is always important for painting window profiles to use only those compounds that are designed to work with PVC surfaces. Painting is carried out in rooms with humidity of not more than 80 percent and a temperature somewhere in the 18 degrees. Painted on the window with a gun.

To apply paint to plastic frames should be in one layer of average thickness. The two layer coating is used only in cases when it is desired to receive the metallic coating type. The first layer then acts as the paint of the desired color to be applied in a layer of 80-100 microns, and the second layer - colorless varnish, whose thickness can not be less than 80 microns.

Too thin layer of paint is undesirable, as too thick, which spoils the appearance beautiful decorative coatings and requires a lot of time to complete drying. After painting the profiles you need to stand for as long as possible so that the paint is completely dry.

An excellent embodiment is to cover the window frames acrylic lacquer, after which the surface becomes a matte and velvety. With high-quality colorful composition after drying profile it is harmless and does not require special care.

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