FAQs

Coating Daddy spray paints are a mixture of highly efficient pigments, resins and other elements encouraging faster drying time and greater coverage. These superior quality spray paints give an excellent finish in comparison to regular paints applied with brushes or rollers.
Wait till the paint has dried and then abrade with a sandpaper to remove any imperfection. Once that is done start spraying. Also, ensure that spraying or re-spraying is done in a place that is well-ventilated with no chance of contaminants sticking to the surface.
It is important to do away with remaining old paint before going ahead with the fresh one for a better finish. Either use heat or super-efficient paint removers. After eroding the paint, clean the surface properly and then only apply the transparent base coat or primer.
Primarily the major factors are humid conditions and extremely hot surface. Therefore, avoid spraying in direct sunlight and let the surface cool. Make sure spraying is done in the prescribed temperature.
Sealed cans can be used up to 2 years. Moreover, avoid storing them in extreme temperatures to increase their shelf-life.
Since the products are extremely flammable, it is crucial to be very cautious and ensure the area is well-ventilated.
Though you can spray it on plastics, there are certain plastics like polypropylene and polyethylene that do not support paint adhesion. It is better to test the paint by spraying on a discreet area before coating further.