24 Hours of Progress on Turret Painting Highlights Efficiency of Cinderella Castle Royal Makeover at Magic Kingdom

It seems almost impossible to believe, but we’re just 24 hours removed from the first Cinderella Castle turret receiving a coat of paint. We say it’s hard to believe because as we walked down Main Street USA this morning we noticed that the vast majority of turrets had been painted in just one days worth of work!

Crews are forced to paint during daylight hours as the paint won’t dry properly overnight which has led to some less than desirable family photos, but by the afternoon the cranes are typically down and photos can resume. There’s no doubt that the speed we’ve seen the scenics paint at has to do with the desire to get the cranes out of photos as quickly as possible and resume entertainment on the Cinderella Castle stage.

Here’s a look at the progress in just 24 hours!

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The following photos are all from this morning, March 12th.

For more on the Cinderella Castle Royal Makeover, including how it may impact your vacation, check out our overview post here.

For continuing coverage of the Disney Parks, keep checking back with us here at BlogMickey.com!

Mike is the owner and writer for BlogMickey.com. Visiting the parks daily allows him to keep up with the latest Disney news, reviews, and photos from around the Disney Parks

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