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Best Paint/Coating for Outdoor Furniture and Shed

Postby joedonaghy » Thu Mar 26, 2020 2:23 pm

Hi there! I have a shed, bench, table and chairs outside that have been left out unprotected for 2 Winters! The paint has come off mostly and there is some weather damage.

I'm a real newbie to DIY and am learning all kinds since getting my first house. Not sure how to approach this?

Is there a kind of paint I should paint it all with to make it good again? Do I need to remove the paint thats still there? Do I need to sand it down?

I heard about Ronseal or Cuprinol? Should I just buy those and paint it all? I've attached a couple of pics to show you what I'm dealing with

Any advice appreciated, many thanks DIY legends!

Joe
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Postby stoneyboy » Sun Mar 29, 2020 11:04 pm

Hi,
Suggest you pressure clean the surfaces you want to paint, then when dry paint with rustins garden paint, a stain will not have the coverage to hide the defects.
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