How We Did It
Our team had to retouch previous line marking. Therefore, they had a guide as to where the painting would be laid down.
First, they laid down painters tape. As a result, we ensured the paint would be neat and precise. The painters tape provided an outline and a guide for the pedestrian crossing bars. We used rollers to paint white paint onto the crossing. We also had a team who was trained to use the spray gun for a quicker outcome. Once the painting was completed a sufficiently dry, our team removed the painters tape.
We decided to use the rollers to paint the pedestrian bars because as a result, we had control over where the paint would be placed. Our team completed this job during night hours. Therefore, we had enough time to ensure the paint would dry before trading hours. As a result, we could guarantee that our client would not be inconvenienced. Customers were able to use the pedestrian crossing the next day.