How to

The edges of the door are placed on the bent rods, these are bent the exact angle to result in minimum contact & therefore allows one to paint both sides at the same time. For cabinet doors we recommend to spray the backside first with a good-solid, but light coat then the front can be sprayed with a heavier coat. If there is a mark, it is so minute it can be touched up with a Q-tip or the tip of your finger, but after one coat of primer, and two coats of enamel, it usually doesn’t show any marks. With clear finish it leaves absolutely no marks. With big doors there is no issue. If you like you can ask any of the recommendations in our website! Explanation below

This only needs to be done 5 to 10% of the time if a very heavy coat is required on both sides.

Apply the primer and first coat on both sides just like in the videos. Then, apply a heavy coat on the back side of the cabinet door, store it in a Dry Rack for a day or two. Then, apply a heavy coat on the front side.

• The best way to switch the cabinet doors from one side of the spray rack to the other and then into the dry rack:  

• Spray the backside of any cabinet door first with a nice but not to 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 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.

•Watch videos to learn how to turn cabinet doors & transport them in to the dry rack 

• 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.
Learn How To Turn Doors & Transport Them In To The Dry Rack watching the videos

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

• 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.

• 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. This should only take a 5 to 10 seconds.