Are your customers thinking about refreshing the look of their UPVC windows?
If you don’t know where to begin, stop panicking: Q1® experts give you some hints to properly paint them and deliver a professional finish. Don’t miss the extra tips at the end of this article!
Giving new life to old UPVC windows is becoming a popular choice for homeowners who want to update the look of their property with different window frames. However, this might be more difficult than you think.
Instead of giving up from the very beginning and replacing windows, follow these steps to obtain a high-quality finish.
Watch the video below to see how these painters turned these old white UPVC windows into an elegant grey version.
Now that you know the main secrets to obtain a nice paint job, it’s time to discover the tools you have to keep by your side. These masking products will allow you to paint UPVC windows and doors effectively and save time in cleaning afterwards.
Our professional painters usually suggest this masking tape when you have to deal with UPVC, because it adheres to the surface instantly and it comes off easily.
It is also suitable for other smooth materials or irregular surfaces, such as walls, skirting boards, trims, wood and metals. Furthermore, it offers enough holding power for use with masking paper (like you saw in the video above) or film.
To quickly cover beams, window sills and cornicing, masking paper is the perfect solution.
You can also use it, of course, to protect large areas from overspray (its size fits with any masker dispenser, if you’re used to it).
Need extra grip on bricks? Don’t be afraid to use something stronger, like our duct tape.
Designed for repairs, bundling, patching and mending, it can save you in tough situations, masking included.
UPVC windows are not your enemies, if you have exceptional products with you.
Keeping excellent masking products in your shop means selling efficiency and high productivity to your customers. Join the Q1® family to watch your business grow.