How Redo Painted Stair Spindles

May 19th

Stair spindles painted a special touch to a straight, but if the painted color does not match your decor, you might want to consider adding a bit of personality. There are two ways to go about making new spindles. The quickest way, if you want a weekend project DIY is simply clean, prime and paint the spindles. This will give you quick results, but the wood grain and texture will not show through, and the paint may appear thickly plastered. To do the job well, you € ™ all need a little elbow grease and patience.

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White Primed Spindles Stair Parts Jackson Woodturners

Instructions to redo paint stair spindles: arena paint spindles using an orbital sander. 60-grit sandpaper will remove the paint. After all the paint is off, sand again with 120 and then 220-grits for a smooth finish. You € ™ all want a small orbital sander to this project with a sharp tip to fit into any detail work in carved spindles.

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Wipe down the screw down with a tack cloth to remove dust and vacuum environment to remove dust from the ground. Top each axis with a primer and let the primer dry completely. Cover screws of stair spindles with two coats of paint color desired, allowing the paint to dry between coats.

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