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Heavy Door Painting System

Using the Door Rack Painter - Heavy Door Painting System

 

    • Spray and stores 10 heavy and medium-sized doors on both sides, attaching four 5″ stainless steel holding screws
    • Spray heavy doors using the swivel blocks and swivel screws on a saw-horse allowing for easy turning
    • For lighter doors use the 4 spray blocks that attach to the saw-horse, which is turned by hand
    • Store wet on both sides by stacking doors using wood blocks, 10 doors up to 100 lbs each
    • The blocks are made of solid wood, allowing for sturdy stacking of heavy doors
Heavy door painting

The Ten Door Dry System includes:

  • Forty dry door blocks for 10 doors
  • Forty 5″ stainless steel holding screws
  • Twenty 5″ Stainless steel swivel screws
  • Four clamps to hold the spray block

And the Heavy Door Painting system includes also:

  • Two swivel spray block holders
  • Four spray block holders

Holding blocks for spraying

For lighter doors, clamp the 4 spray blocks to wooden saw-horses.

Holding blocks are included with the Heavy Door Painting System, wooden sawhorses are not inclided.

Install holding screws

  1. Stack 10 doors on top of each other
  2. Measure and mark the middle
  3. Mark the outside lines using the 8″ measuring stick
  4. Mark lines with pencil all along the edges and middle
  5. Use an 1/8″ drill bit as starter hole, approximately 2″ deep
  6. Use a 9/16″ or 14 mm socked to drive the holding screws which are only 2″ long and 1/4″ thick, making a relatively small hole
  7. The holes can be quickly filled in and touched up after the doors are painted

The swivel spray blocks are designed to easily turn heavy doors up to 100 pounds. After spraying the door they will be stored on the dry door blocks, up to 10 doors on top of each other.

When using the 4 spray blocks on lighter doors they must be turned by hand.
After spraying the door they will be stored on the dry blocks, up to 10 doors on top of each other.
The Heavy Door Painting system includes the set for spraying, the spray block holders and the swivel blocks.

Stack doors

Stack doors wet on both sides up to 100lbs each.

Holding blocks for spraying

For lighter doors, clamp the 4 spray blocks to wooden saw-horses.

Holding blocks are included with the Heavy Door Painting System, wooden sawhorses are not inclided.

Swivel blocks for heavy door spraying

Easy swivel rotating action allows for easy spraying of 100 lbs doors

Actual job sites

There are many satisfied painting contractors using the Door Rack Painter all over the world.

Since both sides are being painted, the system pays for itself in no-time. Other systems in which you can only store on one side, can drag out your job twice as long.

By painting the cabinet door horizontally on both sides one automatically gets a better finish thanks to gravity on the front side of the door. If the final coat is separately applied it gives the full effect of a horizontal full finish without any marks on both sides.

The ongoing storage problem that every painter encounters with cabinet doors is finally solved. With the Door Rack Painter you could store 100+ doors in half the size of a single garage. Try to hang up 100 doors vertically in a small area like this, impossible. Other storage systems take up a lot more space since you can only paint one side at the time.

There’s no need to install anything, no hooks, no brackets, no strings attached to the doors. You come to the job site, set up, remove the doors, prep and start spraying.

Many painters have shared that the homeowner will comment that they look very professional thanks to the Door Rack Painter, the same goes for paint shops. It immediately organizes your work area and creates a lot more workspace for you.

It is important to wipe down the paint on the spray racks every third to fourth door you paint, with either a moist thinner rag or a moist water rag to avoid paint build up.

PATENTED DESIGN #8066267

Important:

This item is intended for a professional painters that are painting a high volume of doors.

Please make sure to understand the value and benefit in this painting system before buying.

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Rotating Spray Rack

Using the Door Rack Painter - Rotating Spray Rack

    • Spray both sides of cabinet doors!
    • Strong aluminum rods are bent at an angle that minimizes contact
    • Also spray one side by placing door on top of the racks
    • Doors can be sprayed on all 4 sides by rotating the Spray Rack
    • It can be adjusted to accommodate different size cabinet doors up to 26″

 

A wooden 24″ high sawhorse is recommended (sawhorse not included)

The Rotating Spray Rack, you can spray both door sides and then store them wet by using the bend aluminum rods on the spray rack and on
our dry racks. The same rotating cabinet door spry rack can also be used to spray only one by placing the doors on top of the racks.

The Rotating Spray Rack includes:

  • A rotating platform
  • Two “U” metal racks with screws
  • Two 4″ wood clamps
  • Four aluminum rods with red and black plastic caps (caps hold the rods in place)
  • Two small & two big sets of cabinet door grip holders
  • Two Spray gun holder hooks (to screw in the side of the sawhorse)

A wooden 24″ high sawhorse is recommended (sawhorse not included)

Spray both sides

Placing cabinet door in aluminum rods

Spray one side

Placing cabinet on top of the racks

Using the Door Rack Painter

• There is minimum contact on the edge of the door, enabling both sides to be painted and stored without disturbing the wet paint.

• Depending on the corners of the cabinet doors you could have a little spot on the edge that can easily be touched up.

• But our experience is that if we apply one coat of primer and two coats of finish enamel paint, most of the edges are free of spots and again if there are any left they can be very easily touched up.

• Spraying clear lacquer or clear polyurethane will not show any spots.

18 Cabinet Doors

Spray the backside of any cabinet door first with a nice but not too heavy of a coat, but don’t paint the sides yet:

• Turn the door by yourself or with a partner by just simply holding onto the sides

• Paint the top and the front side of the cabinet door as heavy as you like.

• Take the cabinet door grip holder in to your hands and hold them on a 45 degree angle on the inside edges of the door (the least visible).

• From here you transport the door painted on both sides to the dry rack.

This method works excellent for cabinet doors.

Spraying the cabinet doors:

Our rotating cabinet door spray rack is versatile, you can spray both door sides and then store them wet by using the bend aluminum rods on the spray rack and on our dry racks. The same rotating cabinet door spray rack can also be used to spray only one by placing the doors on top of the racks. After seeing this page, please see the many videos on how it works on our website. All videos are cabinet jobs taken by painters working with real customers.

Always cover up platform, the racks screws and the adjustment holes before spraying anything. Always spray the backside of the door first. Don’t paint the sides of the door yet, this way you can pick up the door with your fingers on each the side and turn it around and place the painted door on top of the four aluminum rods.

The freshly painted side of the door is now almost hovering in midair, except it sits barely touching the least important part of the cabinet door, the inside edge.

Now spray the top of he cabinet door and spray the side on a forty-five-degree angle. Take the cabinet door grip holders and place them on a forty-five-degree angle on the inside edge of each side of the door. Carry your door over to the dry rack and place it gently on the for-aluminum rods. Pull out the aluminum rods above for the next door.

Above it shows you the three different way of adjusting the racks, the widest door that can be sprayed with the rotating spray rack is 26”. Most cabinet doors are not wider than maximum 24” and therefore most door of an average kitchen can be sprayed on the rotating spray rack. The other adjustment that can be made is with the aluminum rods, each side can be adjusted by 5”. Therefore doors with 10” size different can be placed without adjusting the racks themselves.

The other way of using the rotating rack is to place the doors on top of the racks without any aluminum rods.

This is the best way of spraying a door if one only one side is painted. The door can than be picked up from undeath by hand and place onto our wood rood dry rack system.

Let’s talk about the elephant in the room

Why are doors not getting marked?

Why are the doors not getting marked up when placed on aluminum rods or carried around to the dry rack with cabinet door grip holders? First like we mentioned above, the doors sit and get carried around on the least important area of a cabinet door, the inside edge. To avoid heavy markings is to spray the inside of the cabinet door with a light coat, very similar as if the door was painted vertical. Spraying a light coat will avoid the door from dripping when its upside-down, same as when it would be vertical plus it also keeps the markings on the inside door edge to a minimum.

Two way of spraying the doors:

First way: If painting a satin finish’ spray primer and two finish coats on both sides and let the doors dry between each coat. You might have small markings on the inside edge of the door. Take a cheap brush or a foam brush with almost no paint and tap the marked edge. That will make it look perfect.

Second way: If painting a semi or a gloss finish enamel finish it is nice to load up both sides. Spray the primer and first finish coats on both sides and let the doors dry between each coat. For your final coat, load up and spray only the backside of the door, let that dry and then spray the front of the door. This is where the wood rods come in handy, for storing doors only painted on one side. It will still save lots of labor and storage pace.

Transporting the doors with grip holders:

Transport the wet cabinet doors as above, holding them at at a 45 degree angle. Ater one coat of primer and 2 coats of satin, the markings are minimal if any, if there are any markings they can be fixed by tapping with a chip or foam brush.

Knowledgebase

The number one question we get: Are you leaving any marks when spraying both sides?

Always paint the back-side first. On the back-side, apply a light coat of paint, as if the door was sprayed vertically, to avoid drips when turning the door upside down.

Don’t spray the sides yet, grab from the sides with fingers and turn the door around.

The least important part of the door is the back edge. Now the painted side will lay, because of gravity, on the bent rods, resulting in minimum contact on the back edge of the interior side.

Spray the front and the sides. Utilize the grip holders (big or small) to transport. The reason why they are called grip holders is that it allows transporting a totally wet door holding the back edge of the door at a 45° without slipping with minimal marks. Now the doors are ready to be laid on the drying rack remembering to position the rods for the next door.

On the primer coat, is acceptable that you find small marks on the edges. After  2 to 3 coats of paint have been applied, marks that need touchup are very minimal. Any possible marks are only on the backside edge (the least important part) and can be easily touched up. Using a chip or foam brush tap the edge with the tip.

When spraying a semi-gloss or gloss finish it’s nice to load up both sides and not have a thin coat on the inside.

After spraying on both sides the primer and the first finish coat, spray the final coat on each side separately using the top of the spray rack.

The wooden rods add-on on the 30 Door Dry Rack are perfect to store 50 to 70 doors painted on one side.

Time is being saved by painting the primer and first finish coat on both sides. And completely avoiding any markings by spraying the last coat separately.

Actual job sites

There are many satisfied painting contractors using the Door Rack Painter all over the world.

Since both sides are being painted, the system pays for itself in no-time. Other systems in which you can only store on one side, can drag out your job twice as long.

By painting the cabinet door horizontally on both sides one automatically gets a better finish thanks to gravity on the front side of the door. If the final coat is separately applied it gives the full effect of a horizontal full finish without any marks on both sides.

The ongoing storage problem that every painter encounters with cabinet doors is finally solved. With the Door Rack Painter you could store 100+ doors in half the size of a single garage. Try to hang up 100 doors vertically in a small area like this, impossible. Other storage systems take up a lot more space since you can only paint one side at the time.

There’s no need to install anything, no hooks, no brackets, no strings attached to the doors. You come to the job site, set up, remove the doors, prep and start spraying.

Many painters have shared that the homeowner will comment that they look very professional thanks to the Door Rack Painter, the same goes for paint shops. It immediately organizes your work area and creates a lot more workspace for you.

It is important to wipe down the paint on the spray racks every third to fourth door you paint, with either a moist thinner rag or a moist water rag to avoid paint build up.

PATENTED DESIGN #8066267

Important:

This item is intended for a professional painters that are painting a high volume of doors.

Please make sure to understand the value and benefit in this painting system before buying.

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Regular Spray Rack

Using the Door Rack Painter - Regular Spray Rack

  • Spray on cabinet doors or hollow regular doors (up to 30 lbs) both sides
  • Strong aluminum rods are bent at an angle that minimizes contact
  • Also spray one side by placing door on top of the racks
  • It can be adjusted to accommodate different sized cabinet doors and regular doors

Using the Door Rack Painter

• There is minimum contact on the edge of the door, enabling both sides to be painted and stored without disturbing the wet paint.

• Depending on the corners of the cabinet doors you could have a little spot on the edge that can easily be touched up.

• But our experience is that if we apply one coat of primer and two coats of finish enamel paint, most of the edges are free of spots and again if there are any left they can be very easily touched up.

• Spraying clear lacquer or clear polyurethane will not show any spots.

The Regular Spray Rack includes

    • This order includes:

      • Regular spray rack
      • Two small & Two big sets of cabinet door grip holders
      • Two Rack frames
      • Two Spray rig and
      • brush hook holder.
      • Four Aluminum rods with red and black plastic caps (caps hold the rods in place)

      (Spray rig and brush not included)

Spraying with the Door Rack Painter

There is minimum contact on the edge of the door, enabling both sides to be painted and stored without disturbing the wet paint.

• Depending on the corners of the cabinet doors you could have a little spot on the edge that can easily be touched up.

• But our experience is that if we apply one coat of primer and two coats of finish enamel paint, most of the edges are free of spots and again if there are any left they can be very easily touched up.

• Spraying clear lacquer or clear polyurethane will not show any spots.

Setting the width before spraying the doors:

Racks can be placed close together for small drawers, that why the racks interlock with each other. For larger doors just spread the racks apart. 

The rods are to be adjusted to accommodate different widths without moving the racks. It is important to do a trial with the thinnest and widest door to ensure they fit without disturbing the set-up.

Small cabinet doors or drawers.

Racks can be placed close together for small drawers, that why the racks interlock with each other.

Medium sized cabinet doors, make sure it fits the largest door

 

Adjust the racks to fit the regular sized doors

 

For bigger doors just place the racks farther apart.

Transporting the doors with grip holders:

Transport the wet cabinet doors as above, holding them at at a 45 degree angle. Ater one coat of primer and 2 coats of satin, the markings are minimal if any, if there are any markings they can be fixed by tapping with a chip or foam brush.

For cabinet doors

Spray the backside of any cabinet door first with a nice but not too heavy of a coat, but don’t paint the sides yet:

• Turn the door by yourself or with a partner by just simply holding onto the sides

• Paint the top and the front side of the cabinet door as heavy as you like.

• Take the cabinet door grip holder in to your hands and hold them on a 45 degree angle on the inside edges of the door (the least visible).

• From here you transport the door painted on both sides to the dry rack.

This method works excellent for cabinet doors.

Back-side first

Always paint the back-side first. On the back-side, apply a light coat of paint, as if the door was sprayed vertically, to avoid drips when turning the door upside down.

Don’t spray the sides yet, grab from the sides with fingers and turn the door around.

The least important part of the door is the back edge. Now the painted side will lay, because of gravity, on the bent rods, resulting in minimum contact on the back edge of the interior side.

Then front and sides next

Spray the front and the sides. Utilize the grip holders (big or small) to transport. The reason why they are called grip holders is that it allows transporting a totally wet door holding the back edge of the door at a 45° without slipping with minimal marks. Now the doors are ready to be laid on the drying rack remembering to position the rods for the next door.

On the primer coat, is acceptable that you find small marks on the edges. After 2 to 3 coats of paint have been applied, marks that need touch-up are very minimal. Any possible marks are only on the backside edge (the least important part) and can be easily touched up. Using a chip or foam brush tap the edge with the tip.

Alternate method – One side

When spraying a semi-gloss or gloss finish it’s nice to load up both sides and not have a thin coat on the inside face of the cabinet.

After spraying on both sides the primer and the first finish coat, instead of spraying the final coats on both sides, spray the final coat on each side separately using the top of the spray rack.

On the 18 Door Dry Rack there’s space for 9 regular doors up to 30 lbs each.

On the 30 Door Dry Rack there’s space for 15 doors up to 30 pounds each painted on one side using the wood rod shelves.

Time is being saved by painting the primer and first finish coat on both sides, and completely avoiding any markings by spraying the last coat separately.

For regular doors

• On Regular doors screw a 5 to 6″ wood screw two on top and bottom to make it easy to turn the doors and transport them over to the dry rack

  To turn the door, you will need two painters, hold the left screw with your right hand and the left screw with your right hand, straighten out the arms and lay down the door to paint the other side. After both sides are painted, just transport the door to the dry rack by lifting it up on the holding screws

• It takes about 30 seconds to screw in four screws

• It takes even less time to fill in the four small holes and give it a quick touch up

• There is a 35 pound per door limit, which is good for regular doors

 

First way:
If painting a satin finish spray primer and two finish coats on both sides and let the doors dry between each coat. You might have small markings on the inside edge of the door. Take a chip brush or a foam brush with almost no paint and tap the marked edge. That will make it look perfect.

Second way:
If painting a semi or a gloss finish enamel finish it is nice to load up both sides. Spray the primer and first finish coats on both sides and let the doors dry between each coat. For your final coat, load up and spray only the backside of the door, let that dry and then spray the front of the door. This is where the wood rods come in handy, for storing doors only painted on one side. It will still save lots of labor and storage pace.

Knowledgebase

The number one question we get: Are you leaving any marks when spraying both sides?

Always paint the back-side first. On the back-side, apply a light coat of paint, as if the door was sprayed vertically, to avoid drips when turning the door upside down.

Don’t spray the sides yet, grab from the sides with fingers and turn the door around.

The least important part of the door is the back edge. Now the painted side will lay, because of gravity, on the bent rods, resulting in minimum contact on the back edge of the interior side.

Spray the front and the sides. Utilize the grip holders (big or small) to transport. The reason why they are called grip holders is that it allows transporting a totally wet door holding the back edge of the door at a 45° without slipping with minimal marks. Now the doors are ready to be laid on the drying rack remembering to position the rods for the next door.

On the primer coat, is acceptable that you find small marks on the edges. After  2 to 3 coats of paint have been applied, marks that need touchup are very minimal. Any possible marks are only on the backside edge (the least important part) and can be easily touched up. Using a chip or foam brush tap the edge with the tip.

When spraying a semi-gloss or gloss finish it’s nice to load up both sides and not have a thin coat on the inside.

After spraying on both sides the primer and the first finish coat, spray the final coat on each side separately using the top of the spray rack.

The wooden rods add-on on the 30 Door Dry Rack are perfect to store 50 to 70 doors painted on one side.

Time is being saved by painting the primer and first finish coat on both sides. And completely avoiding any markings by spraying the last coat separately.

Actual job sites

There are many satisfied painting contractors using the Door Rack Painter all over the world.

Since both sides are being painted, the system pays for itself in no-time. Other systems in which you can only store on one side, can drag out your job twice as long.

By painting the cabinet door horizontally on both sides one automatically gets a better finish thanks to gravity on the front side of the door. If the final coat is separately applied it gives the full effect of a horizontal full finish without any marks on both sides.

The ongoing storage problem that every painter encounters with cabinet doors is finally solved. With the Door Rack Painter you could store 100+ doors in half the size of a single garage. Try to hang up 100 doors vertically in a small area like this, impossible. Other storage systems take up a lot more space since you can only paint one side at the time.

There’s no need to install anything, no hooks, no brackets, no strings attached to the doors. You come to the job site, set up, remove the doors, prep and start spraying.

Many painters have shared that the homeowner will comment that they look very professional thanks to the Door Rack Painter, the same goes for paint shops. It immediately organizes your work area and creates a lot more workspace for you.

It is important to wipe down the paint on the spray racks every third to fourth door you paint, with either a moist thinner rag or a moist water rag to avoid paint build up.

PATENTED DESIGN #8066267

Important:

This item is intended for a professional painters that are painting a high volume of doors.

Please make sure to understand the value and benefit in this painting system before buying.

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30 Door Dry Rack

Using the Door Rack Painter - 30 Door Dry Rack

Incredible space saver, this method of stacking improves labor costs for painting contractors and cabinet refinishers.

    • Store 30 doors wet on both sides using the aluminum rods
    • Strong aluminum rods are bent at an angle that minimizes contact
    • Adjustable, place any cabinet door up the width of 36″
    • Using the wood rod shelves add-on (additional item purchase required) – capable of spraying the final coat on one side (for glossy and enamel finishes): Store 50-70 cabinet doors painted on one side Store 15 regular hollow doors up to 30 lbs and 36″ wide each painted on one side, wooden dowels allow for easy rolling on action Store baseboards & more with (2) 30 Door Dry Racks using the wooden rod add-ons
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30 Door Dry Rack

The 30 Door Dry Rack includes

  • Four rack poles 
  • Six base pieces
  • Four wheels
  • Two 1/4″ x 1-3/4″ screws with nuts
  • Six 3/8″ x 3″ screws with nuts
  • Eight 3/8″ x 2″ screws with nuts
  • Eight 3/8″ x 2″ screws with wingnuts 
  • Fourteen 3/8″ washers
  • Fourteen 3/8″ bolts with nuts
  • Two small & 2 big sets of cabinet door grip holders
  • 122 Aluminum rods with red and black plastic caps for the dry rack. (Caps hold the rods in place

Both sides! Save time & space

• Take the cabinet door grip holder in to your hands and hold them on an angle on both edges of the door.

• From here you transport the door painted on both sides to the dry rack.

This method works excellent for cabinet doors.

You will be able to apply a perfect finish on both sides and transport them without disturbing the wet paint.

Wooden rod shelves add-on ready

The racks come pre-drilled for the installation of the wooden rod shelves add-on, which increases the capability of the rack by storing 15 regular sized doors or 50-70 cabinet doors on one side)

Purchase of the wooden rod shelves add-on is required.

Using the Door Rack Painter

• There is minimum contact on the edge of the door, enabling both sides to be painted and stored without disturbing the wet paint.

• Depending on the corners of the cabinet doors you could have a little spot on the edge that can easily be touched up.

• But our experience is that if we apply one coat of primer and two coats of finish enamel paint, most of the edges are free of spots and again if there are any left they can be very easily touched up.

• Spraying clear lacquer or clear polyurethane will not show any spots.

Setting the width before spraying the doors:

There are three different settings for the 30 Door Dry Rack. Farthest apart, medium and very close for drawers. 

The rods allow for 10” difference in individual cabinet and drawer width, it can be adjusted by pulling in and out the rods.

Small doors or drawers

Medium sized cabinet doors

Medium sized cabinet doors

Transporting the doors with grip holders:

Transport the wet cabinet doors as above, holding them at at a 45 degree angle. Ater one coat of primer and 2 coats of satin, the markings are minimal if any, if there are any markings they can be fixed by tapping with a chip or foam brush.

For cabinet doors

• Spraying clear lacquer or clear polyurethane will not show any spots.

• Spray the backside of any cabinet door first with a nice but not too heavy of a coat, but don’t paint the sides yet:

• Turn the door by yourself or with a partner by just simply holding onto the sides

• Paint the top and the front side of the cabinet door as heavy as you like.

Wooden Rods Shelves Add-on

With wood rod shelves addon – adds the capability to spray the final coat on one side (for glossy and enamel finishes):

  • Store 50-70 cabinet doors painted on one side
  • Store 15 regular hollow doors up to 30 lbs and 36″ wide each painted on one side, wooden dowels allow for smooth rolling on action
  • Store 100 baseboards or crown moldings (2) 30 Door Dry Racks using the wooden rod add-on

Purchase of the wooden rod shelves add-on is required.

The Wooden Rod add-on comes in handy for doors that are only painted on one side at the time. This works especially good for final cabinet painting coats.

Knowledgebase

The number one question we get: Are you leaving any marks when spraying both sides?

Always paint the back-side first. On the back-side, apply a light coat of paint, as if the door was sprayed vertically, to avoid drips when turning the door upside down.

Don’t spray the sides yet, grab from the sides with fingers and turn the door around.

The least important part of the door is the back edge. Now the painted side will lay, because of gravity, on the bent rods, resulting in minimum contact on the back edge of the interior side.

Spray the front and the sides. Utilize the grip holders (big or small) to transport. The reason why they are called grip holders is that it allows transporting a totally wet door holding the back edge of the door at a 45° without slipping with minimal marks. Now the doors are ready to be laid on the drying rack remembering to position the rods for the next door.

On the primer coat, is acceptable that you find small marks on the edges. After  2 to 3 coats of paint have been applied, marks that need touchup are very minimal. Any possible marks are only on the backside edge (the least important part) and can be easily touched up. Using a chip or foam brush tap the edge with the tip.

When spraying a semi-gloss or gloss finish it’s nice to load up both sides and not have a thin coat on the inside.

After spraying on both sides the primer and the first finish coat, spray the final coat on each side separately using the top of the spray rack.

 The wooden rods add-on on the 30 Door Dry Rack are perfect to store 50 to 70 doors painted on one side.

Time is being saved by painting the primer and first finish coat on both sides. And completely avoiding any markings by spraying the last coat separately.

Actual job sites

There are many satisfied painting contractors using the Door Rack Painter all over the world.

Since both sides are being painted, the system pays for itself in no-time. Other systems in which you can only store on one side, can drag out your job twice as long.

By painting the cabinet door horizontally on both sides one automatically gets a better finish thanks to gravity on the front side of the door. If the final coat is separately applied it gives the full effect of a horizontal full finish without any marks on both sides.

The ongoing storage problem that every painter encounters with cabinet doors is finally solved. With the Door Rack Painter you could store 100+ doors in half the size of a single garage. Try to hang up 100 doors vertically in a small area like this, impossible. Other storage systems take up a lot more space since you can only paint one side at the time.

There’s no need to install anything, no hooks, no brackets, no strings attached to the doors. You come to the job site, set up, remove the doors, prep and start spraying.

Many painters have shared that the homeowner will comment that they look very professional thanks to the Door Rack Painter, the same goes for paint shops. It immediately organizes your work area and creates a lot more workspace for you.

It is important to wipe down the paint on the spray racks every third to fourth door you paint, with either a moist thinner rag or a moist water rag to avoid paint build up.

PATENTED DESIGN #8066267

Important:

This item is intended for a professional painters that are painting a high volume of doors.

Please make sure to understand the value and benefit in this painting system before buying.

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18 Door Dry Rack

Using the Door Rack Painter - 18 Door Dry Rack

  • Store 18 cabinet doors wet on both sides
  • Strong aluminum rods are bent at an angle that minimizes contact
  • Store 9 regular hollow doors up to 30 lbs each painted on both sides
  • Adjustable – accommodates any size cabinet doors, or regular doors
18 Door Dry Rack

The 18 Door Dry Rack includes

  • 2 Rack frames
  • 72 Aluminum rods with red and black plastic caps for the dry rack, and 4 for the spray rack. +1 Extra
Cabinet doors in Dry Rack

Stores 18 cabinet doors

Adjustable lenght

Regular doors in Dry Rack

Stores 9 regular doors

Up to 35 lbs each

Stained windows in 18 door dry racks

Using the Door Rack Painter

• There is minimum contact on the edge of the door, enabling both sides to be painted and stored without disturbing the wet paint.

• Depending on the corners of the cabinet doors you could have a little spot on the edge that can easily be touched up.

• But our experience is that if we apply one coat of primer and two coats of finish enamel paint, most of the edges are free of spots and again if there are any left they can be very easily touched up.

• Spraying clear lacquer or clear polyurethane will not show any spots.

Setting the width before spraying the doors:

Racks can be placed close together for small drawers, that why the racks interlock with each other. For larger doors just spread the racks apart. 

The rods are to be adjusted to accommodate different widths without moving the racks. It is important to do a trial with the thinnest and widest door to ensure they fit without disturbing the set-up.

Small doors or drawers

Medium sized cabinet doors

Large sized cabinet doors, make sure it fits the largest door. 

Adjust the rods in a way that you can accommodate the most doors.

Adjust the racks to fit the regular sized doors

Transporting the doors with grip holders:

Transport the wet cabinet doors as above, holding them at at a 45 degree angle. Ater one coat of primer and 2 coats of satin, the markings are minimal if any, if there are any markings they can be fixed by tapping with a chip or foam brush.

For cabinet doors

18 Cabinet Doors

Spray the backside of any cabinet door first with a nice but not too heavy of a coat, but don’t paint the sides yet:

• Turn the door by yourself or with a partner by just simply holding onto the sides

• Paint the top and the front side of the cabinet door as heavy as you like.

• Take the cabinet door grip holder in to your hands and hold them on a 45 degree angle on the inside edges of the door (the least visible).

• From here you transport the door painted on both sides to the dry rack.

This method works excellent for cabinet doors.

For regular doors

• On Regular doors use a 5 to 6″ wood screw to make it easy to turn the doors and transport them over to the dry rack.

• It takes about 30 seconds to screw in four screws and the same time to remove them.

• It takes even less time to fill in the four small holes and give it a quick touch up.

• There is a 35 pound per door limit, which is good for regular doors

Regular sized doors

Knowledgebase

The number one question we get: Are you leaving any marks when spraying both sides?

Always paint the back-side first. On the back-side, apply a light coat of paint, as if the door was sprayed vertically, to avoid drips when turning the door upside down.

Don’t spray the sides yet, grab from the sides with fingers and turn the door around.

The least important part of the door is the back edge. Now the painted side will lay, because of gravity, on the bent rods, resulting in minimum contact on the back edge of the interior side.

Spray the front and the sides. Utilize the grip holders (big or small) to transport. The reason why they are called grip holders is that it allows transporting a totally wet door holding the back edge of the door at a 45° without slipping with minimal marks. Now the doors are ready to be laid on the drying rack remembering to position the rods for the next door.

On the primer coat, is acceptable that you find small marks on the edges. After  2 to 3 coats of paint have been applied, marks that need touchup are very minimal. Any possible marks are only on the backside edge (the least important part) and can be easily touched up. Using a chip or foam brush tap the edge with the tip.

When spraying a semi-gloss or gloss finish it’s nice to load up both sides and not have a thin coat on the inside.

After spraying on both sides the primer and the first finish coat, spray the final coat on each side separately using the top of the spray rack.

Time is being saved by painting the primer and first finish coat on both sides. And completely avoiding any markings by spraying the last coat separately.

The Rotating Spray Rack and 18 Door Dry Rack enables you to paint cabinet doors.

The Regular Spray Rack and 18 Door Dry Rack combo enables painters to spray and store any cabinet doors and hollow regular doors.

Actual job sites

There are many satisfied painting contractors using the Door Rack Painter all over the world.

Since both sides are being painted, the system pays for itself in no-time. Other systems in which you can only store on one side, can drag out your job twice as long.

By painting the cabinet door horizontally on both sides one automatically gets a better finish thanks to gravity on the front side of the door. If the final coat is separately applied it gives the full effect of a horizontal full finish without any marks on both sides.

The ongoing storage problem that every painter encounters with cabinet doors is finally solved. With the Door Rack Painter you could store 100+ doors in half the size of a single garage. Try to hang up 100 doors vertically in a small area like this, impossible. Other storage systems take up a lot more space since you can only paint one side at the time.

There’s no need to install anything, no hooks, no brackets, no strings attached to the doors. You come to the job site, set up, remove the doors, prep and start spraying.

Many painters have shared that the homeowner will comment that they look very professional thanks to the Door Rack Painter, the same goes for paint shops. It immediately organizes your work area and creates a lot more workspace for you.

It is important to wipe down the paint on the spray racks every third to fourth door you paint, with either a moist thinner rag or a moist water rag to avoid paint build up.

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Important:

This item is intended for a professional painters that are painting a high volume of doors.

Please make sure to understand the value and benefit in this painting system before buying.