New patio furniture can be super pricey so this this is a great way to refresh your existing furniture! And if you see a set of second-hand aluminum patio furniture for sale that's a little faded, now you know how to fix it!
Paint Metal Patio Furniture Step 1: Clean and Prepare. Step 2: Apply Primer. Step 3: Spray Paint.
Refinishing Metal Patio Furniture First, using a wire brush or steel wool, remove any rust on your outdoor furniture. Next, you need to purchase a rust dissolving product, such as naval jelly. Naval jelly is a commercial grade rust dissolver available at most hardware stores for approximately $10 a bottle.
Painting Metal Patio Chairs: 5 Easy Steps to an Awesome Makeover. Don't let a little paint get in the way of having fun with your loved ones. I've made the mistake of thinking that repainting a metal chair will take forever and isn't worth the time or effort. But I'm here to tell you that if my wife thinks the chairs in this post look good then you will, too.
Step 3. Most rust can be sanded off the furniture with medium grit sand paper. If your furniture is extremely rusted, spray phosphoric acid on the furniture and allow it to dry, usually 20 to 30 minutes. Go over the furniture with a steel bristled brush to remove the remaining rust. Rinse the furniture with water to remove the acid and
I just bought some metal chairs that I love so I see this info coming in handy in the next couple of years, I'm sure! Also, I totally never thought to wear a mask! Any time I've needed to spray paint lately, I've just held my breath, sprayed for about 15 seconds and then ran around to the other side of the garage to breath for a few minutes.