Painting Steelcase Office Chairs
Steelcase office chairs are a great way to improve your outdoor living space, not only can the pieces be beautiful but they can be reliable and lasting for many years. So what happens when you are renovating your deck or patio space when you notice that your metal chairs have some rust stains on the surface? Of course you want to keep them because they are still working well and do not need to be replaced. With a few steps you can make your metal chairs look like new
Place your Steelcase office chairs in a well-ventilated space, like your farm. If you work on a surface you need to protect, put a cloth down. Otherwise, painting on your lawn is good, so there will be no permanent damage to your grass. Slip the whole metal chair with a wet cloth, cleaning each corner and the underside of the chair. Scrub off rust stains with steel brush.
You may have to spend extra time on the underside of the Steelcase office chairs because moisture tends to get stuck there and create deeper rust spots. Wipe the furniture down again to get rid of loose rust. Apply primer spray paint and make sure to carefully cover the entire surface. The primer prevents rust by gluing to the surface of the metal. Read the instructions on primer to check how long to wait between priming and painting. You can usually begin painting the first paint layer a few minutes after applying primer, but see. Shake spray paint can start painting the first layer before you start painting.