Adirondack chairs are unique. They are quite vintage so that they can add more characters in a home décor. Wooden Adirondack chairs are usually used for outdoor. This is why Adirondack chairs will get fade in color and finish because of the outdoor weather. If you are having a wooden Adirondack chair that has been used in a quite long time, you will find it look uninteresting because the finish starts to fade. If you find this condition, you should repaint your Adirondack chairs and make them look new again. So, your outdoor area will look more interesting.
Choosing the right wood finish is very important to paint your wooden Adirondack chairs. If you live in a wet climate, choose a mild inhibitor while for those who live in a hot climate, use the one with UV protection. Before painting, clean your chair with a pressure washer or a soft brush and a good wood cleaner. Allow it to dry completely after you rinse it. Prime the chair with a wood primer using a 2 1/2 –inch paint brush. This will give a good coverage between slats, legs and tight spots. Make sure that the wood is thoroughly protected to prevent moisture to wick into. Allow the primer to dry completely before painting. After that, paint the chair with exterior enamel and still using the 2 ½-inch paintbrush. Do the same as you prime it by covering the chair completely. Allow the paint to dry completely and now you have a new look Adirondack chair.
This is easy to give a new finish to your outdated wooden Adirondack chairs. So, if you are worried about your outdoor Adirondack chairs that get contact with weather so often, now you get the solution. You can prime it, paint it and use it.
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