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The cabinet door painting system that lets you paint and dry both sides at the same time

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Rotating Spray Rack

The rotating paint spray rack to paint cabinet doors

Number one Question: Are there any marks on the door when spraying cabinet doors on both sides?

  • The aluminum rods are bent, and the cabinet door always ends up being placed on the interior edge of the door.
  • Therefore, there is minimal contact on the only place of the door that can easily be touched up if there are any marks left after a primer and two finish coats. 
  • The door almost hovers in mid the air.
  • The yellow grip holders are to transport the door to the dry rack.
  • We again place the grip holders at a 45-degree angle on the inside edge.
  • The grip holders have a grip on both sides.
  • The grip is so the wet door can easily be moved; there will be minimal marking or none.
  • With a glossy enamel paint, we recommend spraying the primer on both sides and letting that dry, then applying the first finish coat on both sides and letting that dry.
  • But the final coat can be sprayed and dried on each side separately to create a full glossy, beautiful finish on both sides of the door.
  • That’s where we added a unique feature to this rotating spray rack, making it possible to quickly switch over by painting only one side of the door with the same rotating spray rack.
  • It’s effortless; place the door onto the red plastic caps in the middle.
  • For this system, we have wood rod add-ons for dry storage; every dry aluminum rack has predrilled holes to attach the hooks for the wood rod cabinet paint-drying storage system. 
  • Please check out the first video on this page to see how it works.
  • (Sold since 2014)

30 Door Dry Rack With Wheels

The rotating spray rack can paint cabinet doors.
  • This new sturdy dry rack with wheels is much lighter than the older version, therefore, much easier to assemble and transport.
    Because it is a lot lighter, it is much less expensive to ship.
  • The Dry Rack works in conjunction with the Spray Racks, which makes a complete cabinet door painting system.
  • All the dry racks come with pre-drilled screw holes to attach the wood rod add-ons to make it a one-side cabinet painting system that can store 40 to 60 doors painted on one side.
  • Wood rod add-ons are not included, except if it says so in a specific combo.
  • With a glossy enamel finish, we recommend spraying the primer on both sides and letting that dry, then applying the first finish coat on both sides and letting that dry.
  • Then, apply the final finish coat separately on each side of the door and let the coats dry in between applications.
  • That’s where the wood rod add-ons come in perfectly; wood rod add-ons shelving works hand in hand with the aluminum dry racks system.
  • (Sold since 2013)

Free Standing 30 Door Dry Rack

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  • The new sturdy freestanding dry rack is very light and can easily be assembled and transported.
    Because it is a lot lighter, it is much less expensive to ship.
  • The Dry Rack works in conjunction with the Spray Racks, which makes a complete cabinet door painting system.
  • All the dry racks come with pre-drilled screw holes to attach the wood rod add-ons to make it a one-side cabinet painting system that can store 40 to 60 doors painted on one side.
  • Wood rod add-ons are not included, except if it says so in a specific combo.
  • With a glossy enamel finish, we recommend spraying the primer on both sides and letting that dry, then applying the first finish coat on both sides and letting that dry.
  • Then, apply the final finish coat separately on each side of the door and let the coats dry in between applications.
  • That’s where the wood rod add-ons come in perfectly; wood rod add-ons shelving works hand in hand with the aluminum dry racks system.
  • The new sturdy freestanding 30-door dry rack, except for being larger, is the replica of the 18-door dry rack we have been selling since 2008. 

Free Standing 18 Door Dry Rack

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  • We have been selling the 18-door dry rack since 2008 and have applications in job sites, from residential remodeling to commercial cabinet shops.
    Because they are under 20 pounds, they make transport from one job to another easy.
  • The Dry Rack works in conjunction with the Spray Racks, which makes a complete cabinet door painting system.
  • All the dry racks come with pre-drilled screw holes to attach the wood rod add-ons to make it a one-side cabinet painting system that can store 34 to 50 doors painted on one side.
  • Wood rod add-ons are not included, except if it says so in a specific combo.
  • With a glossy enamel finish, we recommend spraying the primer on both sides and letting that dry, then applying the first finish coat on both sides and letting that dry.
  • Then, apply the final finish coat separately on each side of the door and let the coats dry in between applications.
  • That’s where the wood rod add-ons come in perfectly; wood rod add-ons shelving works hand in hand with the aluminum dry racks system.

Regular Spray Rack

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  • Painting any size cabinet door on both sides almost simultaneously.
  • The regular spray rack can also paint both sides of hollow regular doors up to 30 pounds per door.
    (See videos on how it works)
  • The Dry Rack works in conjunction with the Spray Racks, which makes a complete cabinet door painting system.   
  • Use the regular door spray rack with the freestanding 30 or 18-door dry rack.
  • Just like the 18-door dry rack, we have been selling the 18-door dry rack since 2008 and have applications in job sites, from residential remodeling to commercial cabinet shops.

Standard & Mini Rotating Spray Rack With The Wood Rod Dry Racks

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  • Mini or standard rotating spray rack and 30-door dry rack with a 20-level 48″ long wood rod shelving addon system that can store anywhere from 40 to 60 cabinet doors, depending on the size of the doors.
  • Mini or standard rotating spray and 18-door dry rack with a 17-level 48″ long wood rod shelving addon system that can store anywhere from 34 to 50 cabinet doors, depending on the size of the doors. 
  • Paint one side at a time with the wood rod shelving.
  • See the video on how it works.
  • All dry racks come with pre-drilled screw holes for multiple-level wooden rod shelving addons to paint one side only.
  • The wood rods can be ordered from 36″ to 48′ long.
  • With a glossy enamel finish using our aluminum rod system, we recommend spraying and storing the primer on both sides and letting that dry, then spray the first finish coat on both sides and let that dry. Then apply and dry the final finish coat separately on each side of the door. That’s where the wood rod system comes in handy; the wood rod addons shelving works hand in hand with the aluminum rod dry storage racks.

What a great invention for painting cabinet doors

2014 "Jake I think of your company every time I use your door rack system. What a great invention for painting cabinet doors."

Randy Arvada, CO November 14, 2013

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  • Many satisfied painting contractors have used the Door Rack Painter worldwide since we started selling them in 2008.
  • Since both sides are being painted, the system pays for itself in no time.
  • Other designs in which you can only store on one side can drag out the job twice as long.
  • One automatically gets a better finish by painting the cabinet door horizontally on both sides, thanks to gravity.
  • Every painter’s ongoing storage problem with cabinet doors is finally solved.
  • With our dry racks could store 100 cabinet doors painted on both sides in a small room or garage. But it is impossible to hang up 100 doors vertically in a small area.
  • Other storage systems take up much more space since you can only paint one side at a time.
  • There’s no need to install anything, no hooks, brackets, or strings attached to the doors. Instead, you come to the job site, set up, prep, and start spraying.
  • Many painters have shared that the homeowner will comment that the job site looks very professional, thanks to how the cabinet doors get stored in our dry racks. The same goes for paint shops. It immediately organizes the work area and creates a lot more workspace.
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