The Process of Aircraft Painting
Once the aircraft arrives to our facility, control surfaces, flaps, and wing tips are removed, windows and fiberglass are covered; then all is followed by an application of biodegradable stripper.

After paint has been stripped off, aircraft is high pressure washed, PreKote is then used as a replacement for both the Etching & Alodining process. The first washing process cleans the pores of the aluminum to remove all residues of corrosion and impurities. The second process protects the aluminum while also promoting adhesion of the paint to the aluminum. 

The aircraft is then moved along the rest of the painting process. Aircraft is primed, bodywork is performed, balance of body work is done, base coat is applied, design is laid out, aircraft is detailed, controls are checked for balance and installed by an IA,  landing gear is swung, battery is charged, then a secondary safety inspection is performed, aircraft is then presented to owner for a final review before take off. 


We are dedicated to ensuring that we take care of all of our clients, and that their needs are met and exceeded. We offer high-quality work and personal client service.