Kitchen Spray vs Kitchen Wrapping

Here are some photos of a kitchen that we sprayed last month. Our customer’s cupboards and drawers had been wrapped with a gloss coating which had started to warp and detach from the cupboards. It is largely due to the longevity of kitchen wrap that we recommend kitchen spraying over wrapping; Kitchen respraying is the more resilient of these two options. We’re so confident in our spray coating that we offer our customers a guarantee that it will not peel, flake or crack for at least 10 years.

For this customer, we removed the distorted coatings and applied acrylic primer to the underneath layer, prior to spraying the kitchen from white to RAL 7044 Silky Grey in a satin finish. Kitchen spraying also offers matte and gloss finish options and we’re able to match any colour, so the choices are limitless. Spraying can even be used to coat over gloss so if you’d like to transform your existing kitchen to matte, satin or an alternative gloss colour then we recommend this service.

Sprayed kitchens are extremely easy to maintain and whilst spraying can take slightly longer than wrapping, our team can still spray most kitchens within 1 to 3 days.

Whether you’d like just the fronts of your cupboards and drawers to be coated, the fronts and backs, full coverage including the cupboard and drawer internals or a bespoke option to suit your kitchen, get in touch and we’ll get back to you with an estimate.