Saturday, October 22, 2016

Old Metal Shelf to New Paint Locker

Fig.1 Used 
Metal Locker
By Gary Boutin                     

Tools and Supplies:
Metal brush and Scraper
Spray Paint primer
Moving pad
Painting tarp

My service company was given a old used up paint locker. My last metal shelf locker was too small for all the paint cans and adhesive that was used in my business. This post shows that even a used up metal locker with the proper care can be used again.

This post shows the five steps to paint a rattan dining room table.
 
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the metal paint locker. Fig.2 and fig.3 shows the box has a rusted bottom.
Fig.2 Using tarps
on the car
Fig.3 Preparing 
for cleanup
Step 2: Fig.4 through fig.6 shows the use of the wire brush and scraper to remove most of the bad rust areas on the bottom of the cabinet. 
Fig.4 Wire scraper
Fig.5 Paint scraper
Fig.6 Paint scraper
Step 3: While the cabinet is on the car the bottom of the cabinet is primed. Fig.7 and fig.8 shows that the bottom of the cabinet is painted in white Kilz™  primer.
Fig.7 Prime the bottom
Fig.8 Bottom painted
Step 4: Fig.9 through fig.11 shows the cabinet has been removed from the car and a moving truck is used to  move the cabinet from the car to the garage area. Fig.12 shows the cabinet is being filled with paint supplies.
Fig.9 Placing 
cabinet on the 
moving truck
Fig.10 Trucking 
the cabinet
Fig.11 Clean,  
painted and 
ready to fill
Fig.12 
Paint supplies


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