If you are planning to redecorate your house or apartment, spray painting your furniture is a good idea.
Spray-painting could save you so much time if you have a long list of items to paint. In some cases, it might also save you some money by using less material compared to other conventional painting methods.
Are you new to spray paint? No worry buddies, we got your back. Below are the instructions and tips you need to know about interior paint spray.
Instructions and Tips on Spray Painting
Advantages of Spray-Painting
- It takes you less than 10 minutes to complete your project
- Your painted items will dry quickly
So what are the steps for spray painting? Below, we will show you detailed instructions on spray painting together with some useful tips.
Detailed Instructions on Spray Painting
Step #1: Prepare
To complete your project quickly and effectively, you should prepare all the necessary supplies as follow:
- A mask
- Spray paint
- A sealer
This list might change depending on the specific requirements of your job.
You should choose high-quality paint produced by famous brands like Rustoleum or Krylon instead of the “cheapest one” on the shelf if you expect the new cover of your items to last long and look great.
Similar to other painting methods, spray paint also has various finish selections, such as low level and high gloss level.
So make sure that you choose the appropriate option to meet your demands.
Though, just so you know, it is less frustrating for you to clean your furniture if you choose the higher gloss.
By the way, if the item you are painting is something you use regularly, you shouldn’t choose puffy paint. Instead, select a satin or gloss finish.
Step #2: Clean And Sand
In this step, you need to:
- Clean your furniture, remove loose pieces or cracks
- Tighten all loose screws/bolts and correct all structural problems
- Sand your furniture first to get the best results
Depending on the type of finish you choose, you might need a medium-grit to high-grit sandpaper. Please note the following details…
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