Transform thrift store finds into on-trend home decor for your porch or home using paint.
What You'll Need
Prepare bamboo and rattan furniture pieces for painting by cleaning with a degreaser and then wiping clean with a wet cloth.
Sand lightly to remove any peeling paint and to rough the surface for painting.
Use a tack cloth to remove any dust and debris.
Assemble the Wagner Studio Spray tent. Place the furniture inside for painting.
Place a plastic liner in the Wagner FLEXiO 4000 sprayer cup and fill with primer or paint of your choice. (We used a high-gloss, paint-and-primer-in-one furniture paint to save work time.)
Attach the detail finish nozzle to the sprayer.
Adjust the material flow control, the air pressure and the spray nozzle and make a few test sprays on a piece of cardboard or paper before painting the furniture.
Apply two coats of paint to the bamboo and rattan furnishings, allowing to dry completely between coats. You may find it helpful to turn the furniture upside down to ensure paint coverage on all surfaces and angles.
If you notice any yellowing or bleed-through after the first coat of paint, you may need to seal first with Shellac, then prime and paint as normal.
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