Restoring Chairs Wrought Iron Outdoor Furniture
The versatile wrought iron outdoor furniture is used to make as diverse as wine bars, curtain rods products and, of course, furniture. Although most wrought iron furniture is used outdoors, the interior parts have the same durability, corrosion resistance, no time limit and attractive design. The restoration of the wrought iron chairs the interior can make even a novice is a process that helps save money by transforming an old chair and used in a new and better.
Take the chair of wrought iron outdoor furniture to a well-ventilated area outside. Place a protective cloth under the chair if you’re worried stain the floor. Brush entire surface of the chair briskly with a wire brush to remove any loose paint, rust bubbles, dirt and grime. Chair completely clean with a damp sponge, passing through all the cracks, details, holes or chair moldings. Let it dry.
Apply a coat of rust converter evenly with a clean brush; even if there is rust, it creates a primed surface to which you can paint. Leave the rust converter 48 hours to dry. Apply another layer if the chair is very rusty. Apply a uniform layer of oil paint color you want. You can brush paint if you prefer to have texture or sprayed layer of it, holding the nozzle 6 to 8 inches (15 to 20 cm) away from the chair. Let each coat of paint to dry completely. Apply additional coats until the paint is opaque. Let the final coat dry before placing the chair wrought iron outdoor furniture inside.