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No-rot iron

No-rot iron
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First Published: Fri, Feb 19 2010. 08 40 PM IST

 Photographs by Greg ScheidemAnn; Styled by Pamela S. Porter
Photographs by Greg ScheidemAnn; Styled by Pamela S. Porter
Updated: Fri, Feb 19 2010. 08 40 PM IST
Make a rusty old bistro table look new again with a little paint (and some sweat equity). After removing the rust with a wire brush, apply a rust-inhibiting primer.
Photographs by Greg ScheidemAnn; Styled by Pamela S. Porter
When it’s dry, apply a top coat; semi-gloss oil-base paint was used here. Have a piece of quarter-inch tempered glass cut to fit the top; purchase clips to hold the glass in place. Dress up your chairs with cushions made from no-fuss material.
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First Published: Fri, Feb 19 2010. 08 40 PM IST
More Topics: Rot iron | Table | Paint | Rust | Primer |