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Wet Painting

Our Stove Enamelling Service

If you are looking for a high quality, corrosion resistant, and durable finish for your product, then wet painting is the perfect option for you. Otherwise known as stove enamelling, it’s a process in which specialist stoving paints are applied to a surface. That paint is then cured in an oven at a set temperature for a specific period of time. This strengthens the paint, giving you the strong and durable finish that you have been looking for.

Stove enamelling offers a much smoother finish than powder coating, and is typically used on metal components. You will be able to take advantage of unlimited colour choice when you work with us, along with a wide range of finishes. This type of wet spray painting is one of the best paint finishes for metals, as it combines the attractiveness of a high quality finish with corrosion protection providing a long lasting surface. Our flexibility of finishes also make it an option for surfaces that are going to be subjected to high temperatures, as heat resistant paint can be used. We also provide masking for earthing and RFI requirements, as well as filling of stud heads to achieve superb front panel quality often used with customer facing components and instrumentation or control panels.


Successful application of wet spray painting is dependent on accuracy and consistency – both of which we are able to provide time after time. We have years of experience when it comes to stove enamelling, and we carry out a large number of applications on our premises every day.  Our attention to detail is second to none, and we ensure that all spraying areas are kept clean to ensure total prevention of contamination. Our number one priority is your satisfaction, and we’ll go out of our way to ensure a flawless finish.

If you would like to find out more about our wet painting services, please get in touch today. If you need help choosing the right paint for your specific application, that’s something that we would be pleased to assist you with as well.

Wet Painting Technical Specifications

  • Seperate preparation and masking room
  • Combined Degrease and Iron Phosphate Washing
  • Spray booth
  • Curing Oven



There is a range of different surface effects available in wet paint. The most common of which are smooth and textured. Each of these can be produced in a range of gloss levels to suit your requirements. If the surface requires silkscreening after the wet paint process, it is advisable to use smooth paint as this will make the silkscreening process easier. Silkscreening onto textured surfaces is achievable, but it is best not to make the print too fine in this case.