- Super Finish Max
- Medium Spray Shelter
- Outdoor Paint
- Planter Boxes
Paint has an amazing way to bring back life to old things. Whether it's an old dresser or an outdoor planter box, a fresh new coat of paint goes a long way! What's even better is getting fast results, especially when you use the Super Finish Max Extra HVLP Paint Sprayer!
Gather Your Planter Boxes
I found these wood planter boxes on clearance for $5 and I knew I had to get them. The only problem was that they were scuffed up and the original white paint was looking really dirty. Plus, I knew I wanted to add a pop of color to them. So, here's how I gave these planter boxes a makeover.
Set Up the Paint Shelter
To start I setup my new Medium Spray Shelter, which I absolutely love since it's the perfect size for your everyday projects and it only takes 2 seconds to setup.
Set Up the Paint Sprayer
Next, I prepped my Super Finish Max Sprayer with the green spray tip and then added my teal paint. I used an exterior paint to hold up against the weather. I then propped up the planter box on a old bucket and started painting!
Allow to Dry
A quick 2 coats and they were done. I let both planter boxes dry a couple hours and they were ready to use. I filled them with some fresh, new, colorful flowers to really pop off the teal paint.
Enjoy Your Planters!
Don't these planter boxes look great? I'm loving them so much that I hope to go pick up a couple more and paint them before they're all gone.
Don't forget to head on over to my blog, A Shade of Teal for more projects!
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