At Pro Aerosols, we would like to introduce you to one of our more unique pieces of work. We are known for reinventing a run down and ruptured product. Therefore when one of our customers asked us advice on how to complete a pool table renovation, we couldn’t say no!
What did we do?
Taking on anything that comes through our way, when one of our clients asked our advice on how to mend the sad looking pool table in their garage, nothing could stop us! When our team was first introduced to the pool table, we knew exactly what to do. Firstly, we thought what can we do? As a team we had to collate the following items to ensure that we can maximise the full potential of the end product. Here is a list of the following items:
- Dry Cloth
- Multi Grades of Sand Paper (120 grade for deep scratches – 320 to fine finish).
- Filler (Only if the damage is serious)
- Isolator Spray
- Base Coat Spray Paint
- 2K Lacquer
- Appropriate Masks for spraying an Isocyanate product.
How did we do it?
After we chose the type of aerosol spray paint they were going to use, we decided that it would be best for them to apply a Primer & Lacquer on to the pool table. Having gained many years of experience within this industry, we are fully aware of how quickly paint can rust away. Therefore we advised them to use a grip coat, a fine feathered spray which will provide a surface for the coat to stick on to. After this is applied, it took around 30-40 minutes drying time. Once this is finished, they then applied the Lacquer. We at Pro Aerosols Milton Keynes, decided that the best lacquer for them to go for the 2K Lacquer. This is because it provides a much harder finish and is more scratch resistant.
What happened next?
Once they applied the Primers, RAL Aerosol Paint and the Lacquer on to the pool table. They put together the final pieces (i.e. the legs on to the table) then we created our clients a high class, sophisticated and eye catching pool table.