The Power Of (Spray) Paint
By LittleBitPretty on November 13, 2013
So in case you haven't heard or believed the scuttlebutt about the Rustoleum spray paint miracle, let me tell you what - I've spray painted everything the eye can see in our house. Almost, anyway.
Below are some of the amazing revamps that led to Rustoleum changing my life, and saving my wallet.
I used the Oil Rubbed Bronze for our door handles. It took nearly two bottles, but I painted 10 mismatched door knobs. Look at that before and after!
I also painted our formerly wood and brass ceiling fan, a knicked-up knife block, silver dresser handles, wooden toilet paper holders, two brass towel racks (below), a wood-paneled mini fridge, and a black chandelier with this stuff. Its addicting! It sprays on so flawlessly and dries with a bit of texture, just like the real thing. A new ceiling fan alone would have topped nearly $200, so a $7 bottle was well worth the time and investment.
Overall, I've used about 4 bottles and couldn't be happier with the results. I think I'm going to do the shower curtain rod and then I'll call it quits! Maybe :P
Using the Gloss White I FINALLY updated all of our outlet covers and light switches. Some were gold (eww), and some cream. I removed all of the plates and painted them outside - all the screws too! This made certain that everything matched once put back together...
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