Metal Storage Cabinet can look for new ones for a small cost and some angled grease! Fit your cabinet or start filling your items. Following the instructions above will enable a professional and quality color job to last year to come! Always follow the color manufacturer’s recommended instructions. Primers and colors must be applied in well-ventilated areas. If you start to feel weak, move to fresh air. Lead based colors are dangerous for your health. While grinding your cabinet for painting, make sure you are in a well-ventilated place and wear a mask. Always wear goggles when working with power tools.
Prepare for painting
If possible, remove the cabinet for easy painting. Mark the pieces with masking tape and create a chart to remember how to put together the Metal Storage Cabinet. Use color scratch to remove all large, scaling pieces of color. Use a flat grinder with fine sandpaper or a piece of fine sandpaper to easily polish the surface. You do not need to sand all the existing color off, just create a crushed surface so the color has a better surface to stick to. Use the cloth and bucket of water to clean the cover of paint debris after grinding. Make sure the cabinet is completely free of dust and completely dry before foundation.
Prime and Paint
Apply metal primer to the Metal Storage Cabinet. The primer does not need to be applied freely. Apply a thin layer and allow drying completely. To be motivated, after drying completely, fine sand the primed surface and clean from debris. This will ensure that the surface is very smooth so the final paint layer looks really professional. Again, do not apply too much color on the first rock for full coverage. Letting the first coat dry and add a second for full coverage will make better results. Allow the paint to dry for the recommended time in accordance with the instructions of the manufacturer in a well-ventilated area before reinstalling or using the cabinet. Drying times vary; color should not be sticky after good drying time.