After the filling process is complete, a first coat is applied. Note that the door is sprayed in a flat position. This allows for the mil-thickness to be “built-up” to manufacturer specifications. Many competitors don’t abide by this specification, and instead spray the door in an upright position that yields a very thin coating so it doesn’t run or drip. The advantage for them is hanging a door allows one to spray both sides at once, thereby reducing time invested/lowering labor and product cost/and or increasing profit margin. No matter the case, Colorwheel will not sacrifice quality. Colorwheel also sprays the back of the door from start to finish (all coats), letting dry time occur, before flipping it over to do the finish coats on the front side. This way, the fronts -what you’ll always see- are never subject to racking marks of any kind.