Hi... has anyone out there tried painting their fridge? I'm having a
new kitchen put in, however would like to hang on to the old fridge as
it works ok(& only a couple of yrs old). But, I would like to paint it
silver. Which paint can I use? Is the spray paint used for car's
anygood? Also, where can I find paint to paint my bath?
Thank you very much
I had an arty friend who painted hers with artist's oil paints - some sort
of arctic or underwater scene IIRC.
I'd have thought anything suitable for painting metal would do (i.e. not
emulsion which would flake off). If you want an as-new-looking high gloss
you'll probably find that hard to acheive d-i-y (though I suppose you could
take the beast to a car resprayers and have them do it).
1. There's no such thing as a free lunch.
2. The more something seems like a free lunch the more expensive it is.
suchita firstname.lastname@example.org (BobTheBuilder) wrote in message
Car spray paint. Clean thoroughly first and degrease, and for the
longest lived finish rub with fine sandpaper before painting. Note
metallic paints are a 2 part process: paint first then lacquer over it
so it survives. I'm assuming you mean metallic grey when you say
silver. And note that the spray gets on everything.
Baths are another matter.
As long as the colour you want is White or White you can try Hammerite
Appliance paint . The link to the product is below. I have not tried
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