Spray painters are employed to spray many different types of surfaces with paint. A spray painter can paint commercial, corporate and residential surfaces, as well as industrial items, white goods, boats, machinery, aircraft and cars.
Part of spray painters' job description is to prepare surfaces to be spray painted by using devices such as high-pressure water sprays or abrasive blasting devices. Spray painters start extractors and drying fans or heaters to help dry the painted surfaces and goods. Spray painters then begin coating the surfaces or items needed to be spray painted, and then move any painted items to drying areas. Spray painters finish their jobs by cleaning the nozzles of their spray guns, containers and hoses of machines.
Effective spray painters must enjoy manual labour, be physically fit and have healthy respiratory systems due to the health complications that may arise from using spray paint devices. Spray painters must also have no allergies to paints or solvents and have colour vision. If you need anything spray painted it is a good idea to employ professional spray painters to do your job due to the risks involved. Spray painters must be wary of a number of risks associated with health and safety. Spray painters must, therefore, manage the risks in their workplaces.
If you would like to find a spray painter for your job, whether it be large or small, for a house or building, aircraft or boat, we have a spray painters' directory so you can find one right for your job in an area near you.