Thought I'd share a little bit I learned while painting the outdoor furniture.
- 5-n-1 tool , wire brush and steel wool used to clean up the metal, and remove rust.
- Then I used the primer. If you are spraying with a darker color, use the grey primer.
- Both of these primers worked very well, and had good coverage.
- Don't waste your time and money on the less expensive paint. (Blue can with yellow top)It has bad coverage, and a terrible little spraying tip.
- I loved how the kilz on the left sprayed. It was a very soft even spray, with a large spraying tip which is easier on your trigger finger.
- The paprika red was a nice paint as well, but the tip was not as good as the kilz.
- I used the gloss clear coat on everything, giving it that lacquer look. The clear coat made all the difference with the finished product.
Speaking of spray paint....
I also dug up this one from the archives....
Tina, those bubba teef are so pretty.
me -n-my ol' office crew.
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