Dressed up my Porch, and WOW!

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Linda Raven Parker
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My front deck furniture needed a facelift. Years of hot afternoon sun had discolored the seats. At first my plan was to make seat covers, but then I found All-In -One Paint. After seeing many of the finished products I decided, what do I have to lose. I order the paint and supplies and went to work. First I vacuumed them really good and did a test spot. Heck yeah, these are going to look great. After 2 coats of pain and some ready made pillows, my project is done! I used a sample size and a pint sized containers of Regal AIO Paint and an oval syntec brush. What do you think?
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Ugly old sun damaged vinyl mesh fabric.

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Tested fabric for color and finish.

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Finished product with accent pillow.

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Finished product with accent pillow.

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My deck with finished painted chairs.

Techniques Used
Brush & Stipple
Materials Used
Qty
Regal (burgundy red), Heirloom Traditions All-In-One Paint
1
32oz Quart
MEDIUM SYNTEC Fiber Oval, Tapered Brush
1
Total Cost: $69.98