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How To Spray Paint All Different Textures and Materials Instructions for painting several common surfaces, including glass, metal, plastic, porcelain, ceramic, and wood. Spray painting is one of the easiest ways to transform any object -- an accessory, a piece of furniture, even electronics -- in a matter of minutes. You already know the rule
Kids Picnic Table Redo
I always see people throwing out these tables - but I've never taken one because they get sun damaged, etc! What a GREAT idea! You could use oil cloth so that the fabric can be wiped - even outdoor fabric with UV protection! Love! Plastic kid picnic table redone. Fabric, vinyl, spray paint
Wall Control 32 in. x 32 in. Shiny Metallic Galvanized Steel Pegboard Utility Tool Storage Kit with Black Accessories-30WGL200GVB - The Home Depot
I'm thinking this would be awesome in the bathroom... its magnetic since its steel so you could attach makeup with magnets, the drill holder may hold the hairdryer, the screwdriver holders would possibly work to hold some brushes, and the shelves would be adjustable and you could spray paint the metal first...just a though... Metal Pegboard Utility Tool Storage Kit - Galvanized Steel Pegboard... Also, amazon had some cool baskets and little plastic containers that you can attach
French’s French Fried Onions plastic container. Don't laugh! I love Bombe chests so thought this would make a decent 1st try - it has curves. Spray base coat of Krylon paint for plastic...then Woodgrain contact paper or crackle finish paints, even add floral stickers or decoupaged handwriting prints; cut cardboard for drawer fronts - can layer; add bead feet; glue on jewelry findings for drawer pulls; add layered cardboard top (marbled) or not. Nice entryway piece! kj
You know -- the great little plastic containers from bathroom wipes, handwipes, facial wipes. I never see these in any pics for storage, organization, travel. I reuse them all the time. They can be painted with a spray paint made for plastic. Let's see your uses for them.
Unique Cricket cage Thank You gift on the cheap (party favor). Cricket cages prepped with bright calcium enriched sand, gold painted cardboard hideout, stones, and plastic foliage. Breakdown: Cage $1.50 each , Sand $8.00 bag, Stones Free from yard, Plastic foliage vine $1.00, Gold spray paint $4.00, Small containers $1.50, Crickets .10 cents each.
My husband wanted the kitchen hand soap dispenser to match our new granite countertops. I was unwilling to give up my foaming soap that I refill from a bag. I removed the pump and poured the liquid soap into a temporary container, washed the outside thoroughly and let dry. Then I used black Krylon Fusion spray paint (formulated for plastic). It was dry in 15 minutes, re-inserted the pump and voila!
I used plastic babyfood containers to contain all of my punch out letters for scrapbooking. I cleaned them out and then spray painted them. After they dried, I attached ribbon around the container and then attached one of the letters on each one so I would know which letter the container holds.
Brush On Spray Paint for a Perfect Match
Brush On Spray Paint for a Perfect Match Sometimes when you’re spray painting an object, you’ll find areas that also need to be brushed. Another common problem is finding a flaw in a painted finish – after it has become inconvenient to re-spray the piece. Quick Touch-Ups. Instead of searching for a can of brush-on paint to match, simply spray some of your paint into a small disposable container (inset). Then you can easily apply the paint with a brush.