Monday, May 31, 2010

The 411 on spray paint

I hope you had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend! I made a little bit of progress on the kitchen, but otherwise we just enjoyed having hubby home for four days straight!

School’s out for summer!!  ;) Whoohoo!

If you’ve read this blog for 2.1 seconds, you know how much I luuurve spray paint. In my humble opinion, there is no cheaper way to transform accessories and furniture.

And floor vents.

And roman blinds.

And plates.

Just about anything folks. Believe you me.  :)

Today I worked on a couple of spray paint projects for the kitchen that I wanted to show you. And while I was at it, I figured I would answer some of your most often asked spray paint questions.

I’ve had this large tray from Goodwill forever – almost ten years I think?:

before

I sprayed it in black spray paint, then later I added a vinyl monogram to it. Since I am redoing the kitchen and lightening things up a bit, I thought I would give it a little spray paint update!

I took off most of the vinyl but left just a bit, then sprayed it in an apple green spray paint (from Home Depot). After it dried, I peeled the vinyl off and left the black underneath:

It will most likely not stay as is -- it’s very very apple, and the coverage isn’t great, so I may to something to tone it down a bit. :) Maybe some distressing? We will see! I’m rearranging the tops of the cabs, but for now it sits next to a clearanced Pottery Barn bird cage – isn’t that adorable?

Which brings me to one of the FAQ spray paint questions:

Q:  Which brand/type of spray paint works best?

A:  I use black and white dollar spray paint (from various places – WalMart, Home Depot, Meijer, Lowe’s) all the time and it works great! Usually it just comes in glossy and matte, (shiny and not shiny) and it doesn’t cover quite as well as the more expensive stuff.

If you are working on something that already has a base coat, or something small, the cheap stuff will work just fine. If it’s furniture, plastic, outdoor equipment, etc. – use the nicer paint made for that.

Because I’m involved in the Amex spring home makeover initiative (yippeee!), I am redoing our kitchen with Membership Reward Points – and wooeee, it’s been fun! (I’ll give you another update later this week!) Today I got a new chandelier for over the kitchen table.

I really loved our old light, (which was a $30 Lowe’s score!), but I had hung it just a bit high, and it always felt just a teeny bit small for the table:

pot rack

So today I was able to purchase a purdy new fixture for the space:

As you can see, it came in a brushed nickel finish, and I was thisclose to keeping it that way, I liked it so much! But when I held it up over the table, it disappeared a bit with that finish. I wanted it to have some visual substance up there, so my ORB spray paint was to the rescue!

**I have no idea what “visual substance” means. But it sounded good. ;)

I taped off the lights, then hung the fixture from a hook out in the garage (I took down hubby’s lawn trimmer to do so) and then used nails to secure an old sheet on the wall behind it.

Which brings me to a couple more questions I get a lot:

Q:  Where do you spray paint in the different seasons?

A:  In the spring/summer/fall that’s easy – usually in the backyard or on the deck. Usually I can be found holding an item out at arm’s length, over the edge of the deck, spraying away. Then I’ll just lay it on the railing to dry.

I keep old sheets around that I use as drop clothes when I paint, but most often I use them on the garage floor to spray paint. A few many, many times hubby has come home to a slew of items drying on his side of the garage floor. Which I know thrills him to no end.  ;)

In the winter, I have been known to spray paint in the basement – but I do quick, light sprays, then leave immediately. Usually anymore, I do my winter painting in the garage.

Q:  Do I need to prep my surfaces for spray paint?

A:  Other than thoroughly cleaning an item, honestly I don’t prep much. :) If it’s bare wood, a spray primer is a really good idea. You’ll prime the surface and use way less spray paint in the end.

On wood items, sometimes I will do a light sanding to prepare the surface – but most of the time I don’t. On metal, I usually just spray directly on the surface, but if it’s something that will get a lot of handling, I definitely prime it first. I have sprayed many metal lamps and did not prime because (the bases) don’t get touched much.

Same goes for light fixtures – I mean, how often do you touch them? At least around here, it’s not much. :)

So for the kitchen fixture, I didn’t prime. I did light, quick sprays and worked my way around the light as it hung. I LOVE the way it turned out!:

It’s got loverly, graceful lines:

041Swoon! (Ignore the pantry door in front of the window!) Now the light hangs about 29 inches above the table instead of 31 (I know, but I notice.) And it’s 23 inches wide instead of 18 inches – which fills in that area much better.

Visual substance and all.  ;)

I’m thinking of an update for the shades – you know I can’t leave well enough alone!

The Krylon oil rubbed bronze paint I used dried super fast, even out in the freaking-insane-I’m-sweating-just-standing-here-heat we had today, but you need to be sure to let anything you spray paint cure (dry) long enough before you handle it.

Because I’m insanely impatient, I waited till this fixture was dry to the touch and then started installing. Because of that, there were a few little scratches here and there after I got it up.

I just threw the sheet over the kitchen table and sprayed little touch ups. I don’t recommend doing this unless you really have yours spaces covered. But I am me and me is crayyyyzay! :)

So if your project doesn’t go just right, what do you do?

Q:  How do I fix bubbles/crackling/drips/oopsies?

A: Imperfections usually mean one of two things – either you didn’t prep properly so the paint isn’t adhering well, or you are spraying too much, too fast. Drips always mean you’ve used too much. To correct those, wipe them off immediately if you can, then spray over. If you notice them later, sand it down lightly and spray again.

Same goes for crackling. Whenever I see that it means I haven’t prepped well. Sometimes I’ve noticed crackles when I’m using spray paint that has been in the heat or the item I’m spraying has been in the heat.

Crackle can be harder to cover – so sand down as much as possible and spray again.

If you follow these tips, you should get a finished product that will last you for years!:

You can transform just about anything with a can of spray paint! For a few bucks you can spray outdoor furniture, plastic stuff, furniture (I usually only recommend spray paint for smaller pieces – otherwise it gets expensive!), baskets – whatever!

Light fixtures are one of my favorite items to use spray paint on – you can make a builder grade shiny brass light look fantabulous with a $6 can of spray paint!

And anymore your color choices are endless -- the metallic options are great too. You know how I love the ORB, but I also used brushed nickel all over the Bub’s big boy room and I LOVED it:

built ins

The possibilities are truly endless – I’ve seen some of the most outdated, hideous “befores” become some amazing, up-to-date afters with just five minutes with a spray paint can. :)

Try it out and I swear you’ll be hooked!

Any of you seasoned spray painters got a great spray paint project you want to share? Link it up in the comments!

Any other questions? I’ll answer them in this post or in the comments throughout this week.

Thank you to this week’s sponsor!:

rustedcapture125

79 comments:

  1. I think I may learn to Luuurve spray paint as well. I never really thought of it like that...

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  2. The new light fixture looks great and it looks perfect painted black! I would love to see roman shades that you have painted!

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  3. Love spray paint! Great to read your tips on how you do it! I so wish I had read the part about primer on wood, before it took me like 6 cans of spray paint to do my bookshelf. *sigh*

    Anyway, I wrote about a ceiling fan I sprayed from brass to silver on this post:

    http://meandmyinsanity.blogspot.com/2009/05/frugal-lampapalooza.html

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  4. I so love spray paint!! And I am so glad to know that I am not the only one who doesn't always sand or prep and touches up after it's been put up! Thanks for letting me know there is hope for lazy DiYers! Well, maybe not hope - but at least support!

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  5. Your post was very timely for me. I spruced up some weathered metal patio tables this weekend with black spray paint, and they look Mahvelous! And, it was soooo much fun to do!!!

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  6. Big improvement on the lighting. Do you have any problems with spraying the ORB? I have a hard time with the sprayer and it usually spits out drops. I am wondering if they are coming up with a new sprayer. I have seen this product on clearance at a couple of places.

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  7. I didn't know the cracking could happen with paint being left in the heat. I have had that happen a lot and it drives me batty! I live in AZ so keeping my spray paint in our storage shed probably isn't a good idea? Especially when it's 115 out? I would love to know what you think! I know I have a problem with being impatient, and putting too much on. Not so much that it bleeds, but just before that point. I have been doing better though.

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  8. Here is one of my favorite transformations so far: http://thriftytickle.blogspot.com/2010/05/little-paint.html

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  9. I am in love with spray paint. Couldn't live without it. I spray everything and I've done light fixtures too! Here's a simple makeover with some spray. :)
    http://www.decorchick.com/paint/update-that-knife-block/

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  10. I'm wondering if you think it's worth it to buy a sprayer? I noticed that Ace (I think) has a good rebate deal on one this week. I was thinking it might be cheaper for larger projects (like a free buffet I snagged that I want to convert into an supped-up TV stand) to buy a quart of paint and dump it in the sprayer, rather than buy several cans. WDYT? I'm new to this whole paint-old-furniture-and-make-it-new world, and want to be as efficient (and inexpensive) as possible! Thanks... love your blog!

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  11. I'm thinking about spray painting my 2" white cheapy pre-cut blinds a dark brown color. What do you think? Do you think the paint will stay on being that they are opened and shut often? I am so excited to see your kitchen make-over. My kitchen is almost identical to yours and my house was built the same time as yours. I still love the dark colors but want to see what you come up with. I LOVE your blog!

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  12. Great post (as always)! I just bought some spray paint yesterday to take care of some ugly garage sale finds from the weekend. I'm crossing my fingers they aren't so ugly when I'm finished with them ;)

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  13. I just spray painted a chair to make a planter out of last night. I was getting impatient and sprayed too heavily so hopefully it dried okay. I have to be careful about spraying to closely too because of drips. It came out pretty bright so I'm debating on whether to tone it down.

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  14. Thanks to you Sarah, I have fallen in love with spray paint. Especially ORB.

    When I tell my husband about my upcoming spray paint projects, he just nods and says "uh-huh..."

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  15. Lots of great information, thanks for sharing. I loved the transformation of the light, and what a change it made to the room.
    You have a good eye. Stop by for a chance to win my giveaway.
    Sandy

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  16. This was so helpful! I just had crackling on a frame and your suggestions totally make sense...heat and lack of prep!!

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  17. Isn't spray paint the best?!! I love, love, love how simple it is to paint things with it.

    I spray painted a cupboard that I got off of craigslist. Not before I knocked his legs off.

    http://impatientlyprayingforpatience.blogspot.com/2010/04/not-your-grandmothers-cupboard.html

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  18. This post is incredibly timely since I was planning on going to Michaels or AC Moore today to pic up some spray paint for a few items I need to take care of this week.

    Thanks for the tips. Spray painting seems way too easy. I am sure I will screw it up somehow.

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  19. Thank you so much for this post! I have an ugly brass lighting fixture over my dining room table that I HATE and you've given me so many good ideas.

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  20. What a timely post!! Hmm, so if I was looking for a crackly finish, then waiting until my paint was hot would do the trick, yes?

    OH I can't wait!!! I am now earnestly back in the decorating/organizing game so more posts will be up and coming...

    Can't wait to see more on your kitchen update!!

    Once again thank you for all the pointers!!

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  21. You have inspired me! I love your blog and took your love for spray paint and painted all the cabinet hardware, the mailbox (old rusted gold color), mirror frames, and the most impressive by far was I painted every one of my ugly gold door knobs! I have a lot of doors but for the 3 cans of spray paint and a weekend of elbow grease I have had the biggest transformation in our house to date. I have spent thousands renovating and this is the one thing that every person who comes in comments on!

    I sanded and primed to ensure durability and I have not had a single one chip. One tip I have is when installing the painted knobs only tighten with your fingers and wait a few days/week to tighten with a screw driver. Even then I wrapped the knobs with a rag to ensures no metal came close to the knob to scratch off the paint before it was completely hardened. And be sure to paint the door stops and all the screws too to get a uniform look!

    Thanks for the many great ideas and entertaining reading.

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  22. Fabulous tips! I love the ORB on the kitchen light.

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  23. I love spray paint as well...oh the things you can do. Sometimes if I need to touch up a small spot I will spray the paint in the lid to make a puddle and use a little brush to touch up (I too have patience issues :))

    Here is my latest spray paint treasure:
    http://greengraciehome.blogspot.com/2010/06/wicker-wonder-makeover.html

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  24. You are inspiring me! I have a front hall piled with funky little tables just begging to be painted. I think I just may have to finally do them.
    Thanks for the info!
    Cass

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  25. My hubby always cracks on me for being a spray paint addict. This weekend I was spray painting a basket I pulled out of the neighbors trash (it was perfectly clean just needed a paint job and had an old dusty fake plant in it that I discarded) in heirloom white to match my big girls room. Plans are for it to hold some of her smaller toys. Can't get better than free. I also have a light fixture I plan on doing one of these upcoming weekends. The guy at HD gave me a little idea. I wonder if you've ever heard of this? He said for an interesting finish on the light fixture (I'm painting it espresso brown) to rub it down with a light coat of black shoepolish after the spray paint is dry. Not sure about that but we'll see

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  26. Spray paint has been very very good to me :). Here is a link to my post showing how I changed our reading lamps from dated brass to Tuscan pewter. http://lessismorelife.blogspot.com/2010/04/5-facelift-for-hardware.html
    I luuuuurve your blog, and love saying luuuurve too.

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  27. LOVE how your chandelier turned out.

    Lots of people are ok with spray painting old stuff ... love it when you bring it home new and then spray paint. Lots of time you see things and thing "that would be perfect but it's not the right colour" ... spray paint fixes that problem.

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  28. Love your blog and love the tips! I spray painted quite a few things this weekend but none posted yet. One of my fave spray paint makeovers:

    http://www.thecountrychiccottage.net/2010/05/tisket-tasket-im-in-love-with-baskets.html

    Fab basket!! :)

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  29. This was really helpful and inspiring. I haven't spray painted anything, and I think it's about time... Problem is, where do I start?! I think I'll try spraying a little shelf and see how that goes...

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  30. Thanks for these great tips...I've always been a bit "scared" of spray paint. I got passed it now!

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  31. OMG. You're brilliant. You just made me want to go spray paint my whole house.

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  32. I spray paint everything too!!! LOVE IT!!!! I also love Wal MKart $1.00 paint...the matte white is GREAT!!! Love all your projects:):)

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  33. Good tips, Sarah! I learned my lesson about spraying too much/too fast from reading blogs like this one. :) I had no idea I was doing it all wrong!

    My hubs brings home the big giant sheets of plastic that are used to wrap mattresses in. I use those in the backyard when I spray paint. :) We don't have a garage, so I am limited to Spring/Summer, or begging my mom to use her garage. ;)

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  34. Hi! I'm your newest follower. I've got a brassy chandelier hanging in my foyer that's just begging to get a makeover. My house is 1892 with bright white pressed tin ceilings...do you think ORB spray paint would do the trick?

    Alison

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  35. I SO want to paint my chandelier. I need help getting it down. Did your hubby help with that?
    ~Gay~
    itsahodgepodgelife.blogspot.com

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  36. I love spray paint! I always save my projects for summer, because it just gets too cold where I live. I've caused a few cans of paint to pop, so I learned my lesson. :-)

    -FringeGirl

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  37. Awesome post!!! I'm dying to get my hands on a few projects at home to spray paint & these tips will definately come in handy. :-)

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  38. First off, I super love your blog! Thanks for taking the time to share all of your creative goodness :). I am just beginning my love for spray paint. I am realizing it's endless options! I just re-did an adorable coffee table I bought at a garage sale. I sprayed it an almond beige. However, I am wondering what do I seal it with. The paint in my cute little table now suffers from my little pony scratches and hot wheel races. Is there something I can better seal the spray paint with...that won't leave streaks? How do I secure the paint on a well used table? Thanks!

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  39. what paint do you recommend for bigger projects like a book self unit or a dinning table?

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  40. My question is the same as Meg about painting larger projects. I've heard of people using spray paint but doesn't that just take A LOT of spray paint?

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  41. I recently spray painted a 51 year old wicker bassinet. It turned out fabulous. Then I recovered it with material and made a vinyl mattress. Today we became grandparents for the first time. The bassinet will be put to good use.

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  42. Fabulous call on the ORB finish... what a difference.

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  43. Great tips and information. I love that tray with the green paint and the monogram. And your new fixture is beautiful!

    thanks so much for guest judging last week on our CSI site. You were so sweet to comment on all of those projects - I know how much time that took! I think you are awesome!!!

    XOXO
    Jen

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  44. Hi Sarah,

    I featured your spray painted floor vents in a blog post today with a link back to your blog. Hope that's ok!

    Amy

    http://theredchairblog.blogspot.com/2010/06/five-surprising-things-that-you-can.html

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  45. I spray paint things too. Since I moved up here to Ohio (from Florida) I spray painted in the basement while it was snowing outside:)

    I just adore Bubs room. You did a great job on it.

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  46. Are there any low/no VOC spray paints that you could recc & is safe for a pregnant woman to use or should I just coerce my husband into spray painting for me? I have some projects in mind for the nursery - a lamp, some frames...nothing too big.

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  47. I'm a fairly new convert to the spray painting world, but now I'm pregnant, so I'm trying to stay away. I got on here to ask if I could spray paint door knobs, but Stephanie answered that question; thanks Stephanie! That will be my first project as soon as these babies are born! ORB here I come!

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  48. I am glad you had a great Memorial Day weekend. Yours was much more productive than mine. We played kickball and had a BBQ!

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  49. I am a huge fan of your blog! I have copied your talent all over my house :) I love your little boy's room so much that I am in the process of re-creating it right now! :) I can't wait till it's finished! Thank you!

    I have a quick question about spray paint- We just bought a cheap Ikea bed for our guest room. It is a metal frame with a swirly (is that a word?)metal head board. It's painted a cream color but I am dying to spray paint it darker. I asked our "handyman" neighbor and he said that I need to use a liquid sand paper all over it and then apply paint.

    Can I just paint over it? What would you advise?

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  50. Is it possible to spray paint towel bars? I'm concerned because of the heavy usage. Any tips?

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  51. Laura, I have had a few issues with drops, but I've noticed with this metallic finish they kind of disappear. I love that type of nozzle for ease of spraying, but it does seem to spray a little irregular sometimes. :)

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  52. Jen, I think it may be a good idea to store your spray paint inside. ;) That may be a teensy bit hot! I keep some in the garage some of the year, but in the summer it's too hot. It may help with the crackle issue!

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  53. MJ -- I'll have to let you know on the sprayer! I got one for Christmas but haven't used it yet. I plan on using it for the kitchen so I'll let you know how it goes! :)

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  54. Anderton Family -- I think you could totally spray paint blinds! If you think about it, they don't get touched a whole lot -- as long as you let them dry a LONG time so it cures well, then I think it would work! Go for it and let me know how it goes!

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  55. Janette, my cousin actually tried the shoe polish idea right over shiny brass and she said it worked GREAT. He's on to something! :)

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  56. Adorable, you can seal an item with a spray sealer or a poly -- poly is probably the better idea. (You'll need to brush it on with a foam roller or brush.)

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  57. Meg and Suki, I don't recommend spray paint for large items -- mostly because of the cost! For a decent spray paint (say $4 each), you'll need a few cans, depending on the size of the item. A quart of paint is usually around $10 so it's going to be cheaper. :)

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  58. Jen, there are water-based spray paints but I haven't tried them! I just saw some the other day and I'm wondering about them. You can get a mask (pretty heavy duty) to wear so it is safe to spray for around $20 - $30 I believe. (Follow your doc's advice though!!)

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  59. Erin, I would spray prime it first, then let it dry well. Then spray paint it and maybe add a spray sealer over the top of that. I really think it would hold up well but the liquid sandpaper sure wouldn't help! (But what a pain!!)

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  60. Cindy, same goes for towel bars -- if you prime them, spray them, then maybe use a sealer over the top, I think it would work! Just make sure to let each step cure as long as possible! :)

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  61. OK, check out Amy's post -- you CAN spray paint blinds and they look FAB!!
    http://theredchairblog.blogspot.com/2010/06/five-surprising-things-that-you-can.html

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  62. I totally just spray painted a few things the other day and they turned out FAB!

    Check em out!

    http://micahandcassidybatefamily.blogspot.com/2010/05/goodwill-treasures.html

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  63. I just found your blog and these spray paint tips are awfully handy! :) I didn't know it came in expensive and not expensive...who knew?!

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  64. Thanks for the great paint tips; I'm itching to get started. Can you tell me more about the rug under your kitchen table? It's beautiful!

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  65. I linked to this post in my weekly round-up today. Thanks! Have a great weekend, Sarah! :)

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  66. Would you spray paint wood furniture versus painting it? Does the finish come out better with one or the other. I have a childs desk I would like to paint and my preference is to spray paint (for ease) but not sure how if it is the better choice. Ideas?

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  67. Hi Sarah...I recently found your blog since my husband and I recently bought a home and I am trying to decorate but not spend a fortune. I love your style, ideas, and suggestions. Today, I spray painted our brushed nickel light fixture with ORB...good stuff! It looks great and really makes the room pop. Next I am going to try it on the cabinet handles in the kitchen. Thanks again!!!

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  68. Today I had a cry for help on my blog. Crackled paint...and dented self confidence...my staining also sucks major. THEN someone referred me to your blog. Heavenly. LOVE!

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  69. SHUT UP :) LOL I love the tray I also have one sitting around the house. I could totally change the look. It so simple and yet I found myself thinking why didnt I think of that. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  70. Thank you for the tips! Your light fixture looks great! So it's okay to spray paint the cord that goes up through the chain? Guess there's no way to do that with it lying flat, it would have to be hanging? As you can tell, I'm new at this! :)

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  71. I wanted to know what type of spray paint you used for your light fixtures? I have 50s goldish fixtures that I want to spraypaint from the bathroom and kitchen. Our newer fixtures are brushed nickel. I've peeked in the heavily gated section of Home Depot but get overwhelmed by the variety. Thanks!

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  72. Thanks for the great tips! I recently ordered a desk for myself, but have no where to put it other than the kitchen. I didn't plan well: the desk is brushed nickel with a glass top, but our kitchen has oil-rubbed bronze hardware.

    Tomorrow, I will be attempting a spray-paint redo, thanks to the tips you've provided. I love your place! (I see the blog post is pretty old, so I'm wondering how that old apple Goodwill tray turned out.) I think I'll peek around a bit! ;) Thanks again!

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  73. I found this blog bc I just finished spraying a lamp I purchased at goodwill. I sanded with steel wool first and the primed. Then when I went to put on the color, it dripped and left it looking a terrible mess. I don't know if it was cheap paint or just my spray technique. Ugh what am I doing wrong?!

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  74. I need some advice...I'm considering spay painting my kitchen cabinet door knobs. They are shiny brass and I want to spray paint them black. (In fact, I want to spray all brass fixtures in my house).

    My husband says don't bother they will get scratched up and look even worse. Is there any hope of updating w/o spending oodles of money? I have a large kitchen an have about 30 handles to paint. Plus each knob has a brass plate behind it.

    Please let me know what you would recommend for primer and spray paint before I tackle this project.

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    1. Yes you can do this! You'll just want to prep well -- clean them, then spray prime each one. Make sure they dry well between coats. Just put them all out on one board and you should be able to reach all of them at once. If they have detail to them that area will be the first to rub off, but they will hold up for a while!

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  75. Hi Sarah.. a great tip before using spray paints.. warm your paint up first before using it . You tend to get a better pressure, a more constant pressure and a nice finish. Only use the hot water from your hot water tap . Fill enough into a small plastic jug and sit the can in this for around 10- 15 minutes.. Shake well each 5 minutes.

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