Spray painting plastic

Learn how to give a new life to your plastic items by using spray painting techniques. Discover tips, tricks, and ideas to create stunning and unique designs with spray paint.
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DIY: How to Spray Paint Plastic - Diana on a Dime

One of my favorite parts about redoing my bedroom is organizing everything! However, storage bins can get pricey, especially when I can’t handle them not matching, so I can’t reuse old ones, unless they match. OCD wins again! But, I found a solution while looking...

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Barbara S.
Can you spray paint plastic chairs? Yes, and spray painting plastic chairs is a great way to give them new life and add color to your outdoor living space! Read my tips for best results! Paint Plastic Chairs Outdoor, Restore Plastic Patio Furniture, How To Paint Plastic Chairs, Spray Paint Metal Chairs, Plastic Chair Makeover, Spray Paint Plastic Chairs, Paint Plastic Chairs, Spray Painting Plastic, Painting Plastic Furniture

Easy DIY: Spray Painting Plastic Chairs

Can you spray paint plastic chairs? Yes, and spray painting plastic chairs is a great way to give them new life and add color to your outdoor living space! Read my tips for best results!

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Whatever Wednesday: Why is my spray paint bubbling up!?!

I recently stripped and repainted an awesome bit of vintage kitchen plastic wrap holder a couple of weeks ago. My friend had painted it with my favorite spray paint but called when it turned out that it had bubbled up over a large portion of the holder. Then yesterday, my SIL texted me a picture with a project that had the same thing happening. In both cases, they were working with metal objects. And in both cases it could only be fixed by sanding the portion down with 220 grit sand paper…

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Krista Beyeler