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How to Paint Wicker Chairs

Painting delicate wicker furniture by hand can take days. A sprayer is miraculous at delivering paint to every nook and cranny of intricately designed wicker.

Wicker furniture becomes faded and worn without proper care. Use the Wagner brand of paint sprayers to protect your wicker and revive it with current colors. Painting delicate wicker furniture by hand can take days. Spray it with a Wagner paint sprayer in minutes. For easy results, hang the piece in the air with a paint cloth spread out underneath the piece. If not possible to hang, simply keep turning the piece to cover all edges of the furniture. To create a bi-color wicker look, first spray half in one color and let dry. Then, tape off the painted edge and spray in a complimentary color.

What You Need:

Step 1:

Clean and wipe down the wicker piece. Use the blower effect on the sprayer without using a nozzle to clean dust stuck between the weave.

Wicker chair before painting

Step 2:

Line the sprayer paint cup with a plastic liner and fill with your desired color of paint.

Spraying wicker chairs

Step 3:

Using the detail nozzle, hold the sprayer three inches away from the surface and paint in a back and forth horizontal pattern. To create a bi-color wicker look, first spray half in one color and let dry. Then, tape off the painted edge and spray in a complimentary color. Let dry.

Spraying Wicker with a Wagner Sprayer

Wicker Chair painted

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Purple Wicker Chair

Wicker Chairs after painting

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