Repainting involves applying a fresh coat of paint to surfaces that have previously been painted, focusing on refreshing the existing paint without major changes.

Full painting, on the other hand, is a more extensive process that includes surface preparation, priming, and applying multiple coats of paint. It is recommended for new surfaces or when significant colour changes or surface repairs are needed.

Repainting is ideal for a quick refresh, while full painting is suitable for a complete transformation or addressing underlying issues.