I’d been spying these old and worn chairs for awhile. They were hiding in my neighbor’s backyard, and were begging for some TLC. I love the retro lines of these chairs, and they were actually in really good shape, minus all the grim.
After some serious TSP action, I successfully wiped away layers upon layers of dust. I let the chairs dry for a bit (TSP is strong stuff) and then began to spray them with the one-and-only Rust-Oleum. It’s the only spray paint I use and it’s great stuff. I’ll let the photos do the rest of the talking from here…
Ta-Da! That’s it. There’s really no step-by-step instructions here because it’s that easy – clean and spray. Two cans of spray paint later, the chairs are a matte red and look practically brand new.
Hooray for salvaged junk and new backyard chairs:).