New Metal Patio Chairs
Metal patio chairs – If you have noticed paint on their metal garden chairs has begun to chip and peel, do not buy new furniture yet. With a few simple steps, you can apply a new coat of paint, giving new life to your outdoor chairs existing metal.
Lay down covers to trap particles of paint and protect paint surfaces. Mix degreasing cleaner water according to manufacturer’s instructions. Clean surfaces of chairs with a rag soaked in mixture, removing dirt and oil from surfaces. Rinse with clean water and let dry. Inspect chairs for any area of loose paint, blistering or bubbling. Metal chairs have probably taken a beating from elements outdoors. Make a hole in any bubbling and blistering paint scraper corner. Using a wire brush, scrape back and forth with firm pressure, removing loose paint. metal patio chairs often show signs of wear in cracks and joints; scrape loose paint from these hard to reach areas with a metal file.
Smooth surfaces by sanding back and forth with steel wool, eliminating any visible demarcation. Wipe surfaces with tack cloth to remove any bits of metal left on surface of chair, leaving a dust – free surface for a smooth application of paint. Apply a metal primer designed for rust and corrosion prevention chairs with a brush, with smooth, even strokes. Use thin coats to avoid drip marks in paint. Allow paint to dry for six to eight hours.
With a clean brush, apply corrosion – resistant paint of chairs. Extreme How says, most manufacturers indicate what type of paint should be used with a particular type of primer. If you are unsure, ask expert paint on your hardware. Allow paint to dry for six to eight hours. Apply a second coat of paint to give metal patio chairs a uniform finish. Allow paint to dry for three days before replacing some cushions on chairs.