Ideas to Repaint Metal Patio Furniture

Apr 29th

Metal patio furniture should be checked periodically for rust and deterioration. Exposure to the elements can cause even the best paint job to wear and become a danger to use. Repaint these items as necessary to keep them properly maintained and ready for use throughout the year. Always use paint products made specifically for the right type of metal for the best results. Maintain a brand registration of paint, you can identify the color and the number holds the original color.

Amazing Metal Outdoor Dining Set
Amazing Metal Outdoor Dining Set

Remove any surface other than metal glass caps, decorative plastics – or protect these surfaces using painter’s tape. Sand loose paint and rusting using sandpaper or a wrought iron wire brush, non-metallic scouring pads for aluminum and the soft use of a wire brush for galvanized metals. Sand all bubble up areas of old paint and make sure that all the rust has been removed. Wipe the remaining sand with a damp cloth and let the structure dry.

12 Photos Gallery of: Ideas to Repaint Metal Patio Furniture

Image of: Amazing Metal Outdoor Dining Set
Image of: Wrought Iron Patio Furniture
Image of: White Metal Patio Furniture
Image of: Smart Metal Outdoor Dining Set
Image of: Round Metal Patio Furniture
Image of: Metal Patio Fire Pit Furniture
Image of: Ideas Iron Patio Furniture
Image of: Great Metal Patio Furniture
Image of: Best Wrought Iron Patio Furniture
Image of: Best Metal Patio Set
Image of: Antique Cast Iron Patio Furniture
Image of: Amazing Metal Patio Fire Pit
 

Apply a fine-grained sandpaper to smooth all surfaces of metal furniture. This prepares the surface to receive and bond with the new paint.  Wash the metal furniture using a mild detergent, water and a soft brush to remove any traces of dirt, debris and oil from the metal surface. Dry with a towel or a clean cloth. Place the furniture at eye level and on a protected surface with a protective cover.