I did it again! (As if there were any doubts.) I hunted down a fun piece of furniture on the side of the road to redo. This time my victim was a mid-century scoop chair. With only a few bumps and scratches, repainting this chair was easy peasy.
1. First, using a screw driver, I removed the legs.
2. Next, I applied two coats of Rust-oleum Specialty Plastic white spray paint on the seat.
I was a little hesitant to paint the seat because I kinda liked the original color, but the seat was so scuffed up it needed to be painted.
I chose white instead of blue because, well let’s just face it, everything in my house is pretty much black, white and gray.
As I was painting, the seat started to get this interesting cloud look to it, but I have no need for cloud chair, so I continued spraying.
3. Then, using Blue Hawk Rust Resistant spray paint in black, I coated the legs.
4. Finally, after a little drying time, I reassembled the chair.
Yay! I Love how it turned out! That was as easy as 1, 2, 3… 4.
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