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Undercoating: Before painting the doors with your chosen color, you must apply a suitable undercoat. The undercoat will not only enhance adhesion but also provide a uniform surface for the final paint.
Sanding: Lightly sand the primed surface to create a smooth and even finish. Sanding helps remove any imperfections, bumps, or blemishes on the door's surface and ensures better paint adhesion.
Painting: After the undercoat and sanding, you can apply your preferred finish paint. Ensure that you follow the manufacturer's instructions for the paint type and application process. Multiple coats may be necessary to achieve the desired look and protection.
Failure to undertake these preparatory steps may result in an unsatisfactory appearance and reduced longevity of the door. Please keep in mind that the specific requirements may vary based on the type and brand of paint you intend to use, so it's crucial to consult the paint manufacturer's guidelines.
We recommend professional installation and painting services if you are unsure about your abilities or if you desire a high-quality, flawless finish. It is important to understand that the primed white doors you have received are meant to be customized to match your preferences and decor, and proper preparation and painting will help you achieve the best results.
By purchasing and accepting these primed white doors, you acknowledge and understand the additional steps required for finishing, and we are not liable for any issues arising from improper preparation or painting.
If you have any questions or require further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us. Your satisfaction is our priority, and we are here to help you make the most of your new doors.