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Spray Paint

1

Remove any hardware. You may want to paint this, but do after separating it from the wood so that eveything gets full coat of paint.


2

Remove any varnish or polish. Use an electric sander or sandpaper and rub off as much of the shiny outer coating of the wood as possible.


3

Dust off sawdust with a dry cloth. Avoid using a damp cloth so that you don’t have to wait for the wood to dry before painting.


4

Apply a primer. Special wood primers are available, but a regular spray-on primer is all that is necessary.


5

Paint the wood. Use your spray paint to form an even coat, spraying at least 8 inches (20.3 cm) from the surface. Apply multiple coat if desired, allowing dry time in between.

 

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