Spray Paint for Easy Home Perk Ups


Spray Paint Fabric
This is an ingenious tissue wonder box. The fabric spray paint can revive any piece of furniture or accent. From the lampshade to the lines, tennis shoes to the sofas, machine washable, permanent and above all, soft to the touch. Use it indoors or outdoors to update and revitalize. Retrieve the interior of a car or boat by spraying it on the seats.

It comes in a variety of standard upholstery colors so instead of buying a new piece of furniture to change a room … spray it, do not change it.

Magnetic Spray Paint
With this box of spray paint, everything can instantly become a magnetic surface. Give the refrigerator a break as a communication center. Magnetic spray painting can be applied to metal, plastic, glass, wood, ceramics; most hard surfaces.

Spray on the back wall of a library for magnetic versatility with accents. Spray on a kitchen cabinet door or as a splash from the back. It is perfect for teens who like to devour the wall space with posters and pictures.

Now they can use magnets instead of damaging the wall with thumbtacks, nails and pins. Magnetic spray paint can be used as an undercoat and can be painted in any color to avoid damaging the overall color of the piece.

Mirror Spray Paint
This painting is too cool. Turn any piece of glass into a reflective surface. Spray the bottom of a glass dining table, end or coffee table for a more contemporary look. Spray the windows on the tub for more privacy. Use it with stencils on glass sconces to create seasonal centerpieces.

A warning; the mirror paint will be reflective "like" and can not give you a smooth and crisp mirror image. Use it for accent only.

Rubber Spray Paint
Rubber spray paint is perfect for the do-it-yourselfer or the clever person. It can be applied on any surface, including rope, brick and ceramic. It acts, feels and looks like rubber but it comes from a can. The colors are limited but, it is also in a clear form, so any color can be used under the application of rubber.

  • Spray it on a workbench or other horizontal surface where a non-skid lid is required. Perfect for stamp collectors and jewelry designers where small parts and supplies can easily roll on slippery surfaces.
  • In the garage, he's a practical tool boyfriend. Spray it on these cold steel tools and other machinery that require strong control.
  • Spray it on the bottom of furniture legs when the floor protection is important.

Frosted Glass Painting
When windows are too bulky or oversized, use frosted glass paint. It allows daylight and privacy at night. Nice over the bathtub when the blinds or damp shutters will not suffice.

Instead of a reflective surface, try this jet of frosted glass under these glass tables. Change the appearance of glass cabinet doors by adding a stencil design by giving them a finish that looks like custom engraved glass.

High Temperature Paint
High temperature spray paint is the essential paint product for all griddle masters. Guaranteed not to chip, crack, crack or melt while barbecuing up to 1200 degrees. This paint will even spray the most neglected grill, stove or radiator. Rustoleum has very pretty colors to choose from to give this charcoal black grill a whole new look.

Painting in a can is an amazing, clean and easy way to revitalize just about anything!


Source by Sue E Krippner

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