With some time and elbow grease, you can renew rusted metal furniture that you thought was headed for the trash heap. Knock off loose paint and rust with a stiff wire brush, then sand the painted
Apply a metal primer, either the brush-on or spray variety; let dry. Brush or spray on the new enamel paint; let dry. If you are making a drastic change in color, or if it is recommended on the label, apply a second coat.
A few years ago, I bought a really cute patio furniture set which was composed of a small metal table and two matching metal chairs. I put them on the front porch under the arbor. They were great for sitting and drinking a cup of tea and watching the hummingbirds feed at the cross vine.
Once rust starts to eat holes into your metal patio chairs, especially on their weight-bearing legs, it's probably time to buy a new set. Your chairs might be salvageable, though, if the holes are
There are three key steps to follow. The first step, as with any restoration project, is to clean it properly. Use a mix of water and vinegar, scrubbing with a stiff brush. Painting on top of old paint will cause bubbling over time, so remove with paint stripper. Nitromors is a good one, but there are plenty on the market.
Restore metal outdoor furniture to 'like new' A few years ago, I bought a really cute patio furniture set which was composed of a small metal table and two matching metal chairs. I put them on the front porch under the arbor. Reuse your old metal patio set and make it like new again with