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DIY Spray Painting is an easy and affordable way to transform a plain piece into something unique to suit your home.
Here are some tips to avoid those common problems such as drips, crackling and uneven coverage for your next DIY project.
First things first – take it outside! This will minimise clean up or marking anything you don’t want. Try and avoid direct sunlight and choose a day that isn’t windy to prevent any dirt and debris from blowing onto the wet paint.
If the object you are spray painting is small, like a pot plant, use a cardboard box outdoors to help you hit your target and prevent overspray.
What you need: your SprayEasy can, a cardboard box -if you are touching up any décor for example- an old newspaper to spread out over the area you will be using, and a protective mask and gloves.
Prep your surface – gently sand away any imperfections and give the area a good wipe so it’s clean. Shake well before use, and then spray 20cm away from your object to ensure even coverage and reduce splotchy, uneven wet patches.
Let the paint dry for just 30 minutes before applying the second coat, once you have finished, ensure enough time – roughly 24 hours – before your SprayEasy project is ready for use!
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