Refrigerator Spray Paint
Remember when refrigerators came in shades of yellow and green? If you still have one of the older models, then you have to revamp it to match the look of your modern kitchen.
Don’t even think of throwing it out and getting a new one. They don’t make appliances like they used to anymore. Why spend $800 for something that works fine but doesn’t go with the rest of the décor? This is why we have a cheaper alternative for you i.e. refrigerator spray paint!
Grab a can of refrigerator spray paint that won’t cost you more than $20-30 and help your machine step into the new decade!
Before you start to spray paint fridge though, be sure to set aside 3-4 hours for the task. If you know how long it is going to take to paint your refrigerator, then you can clear your schedule and get the task done without interruptions.
Another thing to keep in mind before you start applying refrigerator spray paint is that the fridge will need to be unplugged and the food removed.
Lastly, pull on protective gear and follow all safety precautions required to spray paint fridge, such as choosing a well-ventilated area to paint in etc. Some people think removing the fridge doors is necessary for repainting; it isn’t!
What You Will Need
- Refrigerator spray paintwith a finish of your choice
- Protective gear
What to Do
- Move the fridge to where you do the spray paint fridge.
- With a degreaser, remove the grease, grime, and dust from the fridge’s surface before you get started.
- If you can spot scratches on the fridge or see rust at the bottom, then don’t begin to spray paint fridgebefore smoothing it off with 120- and 220-grit sandpapers, respectively.
- Clean the back of the unit with a vacuum cleaner to remove any dust that has collected there.
- Remove individual shelves, tray, or handles. If you can’t remove them, then use masking tape to cover them.
- Start by applying a light coat of the refrigerator spray paint. Don’t apply multiple coats at one time and wait for the first coat to dry off before applying the next one.
- Give the fridge a once over and touch up any areas that you missed when applying the second coat.
- After the second coat has been applied, allow it to dry.
- Turn the fridge over to the other side and spray paint that side too.
- Using 220-grit sandpaper, smooth any irregularities for an even finish.
When applying spray paint fridge, keep the can at least 30 cm away from the surface. Apply light coats and ensure that they are evenly applied. A lot of paint can result in drips and runs that will make a mess out of things.
Mix the contents in the can by shaking it vigorously every time you paint.
You can also apply a paint that comes with Protective Gloss Enamel to protect your friedge against rust. Grab your can of paint off Amazon today!