Your item will be briefly 'cleaned-down' and then painted with one layer of primer paint.
Next, your item is painted with several (we usually say at least 3/4) layers of paint.
Your item is then 'sealed' for protection and longevity of finish.
All door fittings, hinges and door furniture remain fitted and are painted over during the painting process (this is a common technique).
No 'masking-off' is undertaken so there is some seeping to interior areas of drawers, cupboard housing or internal edges of doors (but this can cannot be seen when doors and drawers are closed).
Since this is undertaken by a spray machine the internal areas of drawers and doors will usually have a thin layer of spray that can usually be cleaned off with soap and hot water - this is left for the client to see to.
This service is by no means a 'short-change' version. The result is robust, pleasing and professional. The removal of preparation-labour simply enables pieces to be painted more economically.