Wrought-iron furniture is an excellent outdoor furniture that is both elegant and durable. However, because of its exposure to changing weather patterns, your wrought-iron furniture may look weathered. However, there is no need to replace your entire set of wrought-iron furniture, since all you have to do is repaint them. Below are the materials that you will need, along with the steps on how to paint your wrought-iron furniture.
- Spray Paint
- Working Mask
- Working Gloves
- Garden Hose
- Crescent Wrench
- Small and Large Size Wire Brushes
- Used Newspapers
Step 1-Prepare Yourself
Put on your working gloves and mask to prevent the spray paint from making contact with your skin, as well as to avoid inhaling the irritating smell of aerosol paint.
Step 2-Work Indoors
Since you will be using spray paint it is best to work indoors. However, there should be proper ventilation in your workplace. Open all the windows of your workplace to allow air to circulate. If a strong breeze is coming through the window leave the window half-closed.
Step 3-Remove the Wrought-Iron Components You Do Not Need to Paint
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