All Gus'ed Up: How To Paint Wrought Iron


Do you have some wrought iron furniture that has seen better days? Gus is back to show you how to make it look good-as-new!

How to paint wrought iron

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We have a wrought iron bistro set that sits on our front porch. It's about 7 years old, and even though it's pretty sheltered from the weather, it needed a little facelift.

Our wrought iron bistro set before painting

Three easy steps is all it takes! First, he used a wire brush to remove any rust and loose paint. Then he washed it down and let it dry. Once it was dry, he painted it with Rustoleum Hammered Finish spray paint in black . That's it. So simple, so easy - and yet it makes a such big difference!

Gus painting one of the wrought iron chairs

Check out the before & afters!

Wrought iron furniture before and after

Wrought iron furniture before and after

Wrought iron furniture before and after

It looks just like it did when we bought it - all for around $7!

Wrought iron furniture after painting

Wrought iron furniture after painting

Wrought iron furniture after painting

See that cushion? I recovered it myself and you can read my tutorial here!

I'd love to see your makeovers! Share them in the comments!


Kim A.
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