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Pastel Garden Furniture
What you'll need:
Here's everything you'll need to get it right the first time.
  • Metal garden furniture set
  • Coarse sandpaper
  • Newspaper
  • Premium Enamel White Primer
  • Satin Super Porcelain
  • Satin Super Cameo Pink
  • Satin Super Pastel Green
  • Satin Super Grey Beige

 
If you've had your metal garden furniture for a few years, chances are that it's starting to look scuffed and tired. It's easy to update and protect it with a little primer and paint, and you can vary the colors you use to tie in elegantly with the rest of the decoration in your garden. Tip: Using a palette of pastel colors creates a fresh, pretty impact.
 
 
Paint Metal Garden Furniture
  • Wash your table and chairs down thoroughly with hot, soapy water to remove any dirt and grease. Rinse well with clean water and dry.

 
  • Rub down with coarse sandpaper to remove any flakes of paint or rust.

 
 
  • Spread newspaper out in a well-ventilated working area.

 
  • Spray any bare metal with White Primer and allow to dry.

 
 
  • Choose from a range of Satin Premium Enamel colors to create your look. We have used Porcelain, Pastel Green, Cameo Pink and Grey Beige. Be sure to spray from a variety of angles to make sure you get complete coverage.

 
 
  • Wash your table and chairs down thoroughly with hot, soapy water to remove any dirt and grease. Rinse well with clean water and dry.

Note: Always follow usage instructions on the reverse of Valspar spray paint cans.


 
 
 
 
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