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Easy Spray-Paint Makeovers

Point-and-shoot pick-me-ups for chairs, doorknobs, chandeliers, and a few other surprising surfaces
Kathy Golden
Kathy Golden • 2 years ago

Easy Spray-Paint Makeovers|Point-and-shoot pick-me-ups for chairs, doorknobs, chandeliers, and other surfaces.

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Wood What to spray: Stools, louver doors, coatracks, shelves, frames, bulletin boards, ceiling fans, anything with detailed carving or grooves.   How to apply: Wood is porous and must be sealed before you paint it. Apply a coat of aerosol primer to any wood surface, even if it is varnished. Sanding glossy or raw wood beforehand will result in a better finish with fewer coats. Before painting a ceiling fan's wooden blades, remove them, then spray them separately. RS paint pick: Kilz Odorless Aerosol Sealer-Primer (white only, about $5, for stores) and Krylon Interior-Exterior (62 colors, shown in Celery, $5.50 for store locations). Also try: To simulate the look of metal on wooden objects, use Krylon Metallic Enamel Paint (17 colors, about $5, for store locations) or Rust-Oleum Clean Metal Primer (white only, $5, for store locations).

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