Painting Metal Twin Bed Frame

Jul 14th

Metal twin bed frame – Painting a metal bed is a fast and simple way to update your bedroom decor. Metal beds can be painted easily with spray, acrylic or oil paint. The most economical options are spray and oil-based paint. Latex paint can also be used but it is easy and is not as durable as spray paint, acrylic or oil-based paint. Full metal bed can be painted with a color or a combination of several colors (some are used for accents) on acrylic or oil-based paint is applied by brush.

Small Metal Twin Bed Frame
Small Metal Twin Bed Frame

Clean the metal contacts on the metal twin bed frame properly. For light dust, detergent and warm water will suffice. For tougher debris, use a suitable cleaner recommended by a professional at a home improvement store. Remove the bed frame on the head and foot getting out of bed frame supports. Remove the metal pieces of the bed outside and place them on a newspaper or cloth. It is easier to paint the metal bed of the bits stand upright.

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Consider shoring pieces against a sawhorse. If the metal twin bed frame can not be moved outside, cover the floor with newspaper or a cloth and open windows to provide adequate ventilation is required when using oil-based paints.  Sand the metal bed frame with medium-fine or fine sandpaper to scuff up the existing paint and to improve adhesion. If the metal is raw, grinding will not be necessary. Applying a primer to the metal bed. Select the right primer, depending on whether the metal is new or old, and whether it has any rust or not.