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Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Can Spray Paint

For just five to ten dollars a can for spray paint, you can transform your out door furniture and other out door fixtures. Because over time your out door furniture can rust, and loose it's beauty. With spray paint you can make your plastic, wood, wicker and metal surfaces look brand new.

Take your lawn chairs and upgrade them with textured finished hammered paint, for plastic in a classic dark bronze.

For a patina finish to your metal dining set with stop rust multi colored textured in autumn brown.

Transform your wicker or wood using chip and fade free American accents smooth satin finish spray in a summer color.

If you have metal railings and rust is settling it can downgrade your home's "curb appeal". The repair for this is a quick fix, by removing the rust and grime and refinish with American accents satin spray paints, which can even be matched. To make it a completely different look choose a different color. A great choice is hammered finish silver, or Verde green.

Don't just stop at there you can face lift your faded chain link fence. Rust Oleum universal advanced formula spay paint is great for a number of surface's and is very durable and long lasting. Always do any repairs before you start.

How about your front door, the first curb appeal to any home. If yours is due for a makeover there's no need to replace it, paint it. Use high gloss finish in a great bold hue like red or black. Colonial red or nutmeg is a popular choice. With paint and a new kick plate and door hardware you have made a great new front door.

Some suggestions for a mailbox makeover is to use American accents designer metallic in satin nickel spray paint, for a urban new look. Want to go country, try stops rust in hammered brown. To obtain a seaside feel rust oleum ultra cover in a vibrant vintage apple red, warm yellow or even a spa blue.

Just a few squirts of spray paint will definitely spruce up your curb appeal.




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