How do I deal with rust on the legs of an outdoor porch swing?

by Ros13632215
How do I deal with rust on the legs of outdoor furniture--porch swing?
1) How to remove rust & prepare for painting.
2) What kind of paint product should I use for climate in Canada?
  6 answers
  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Apr 18, 2017

    Here's an easy fix to help you out!!

  • Linda Owens Linda Owens on Apr 20, 2017

    Set the legs in a bowl of white vinegar. I cleaned rusty tools that way.

  • Bill Bill on Apr 26, 2017

    rust-oleum makes a rust remover very good product. You don't have to get all the rust off and you can use rust-oleum paint as it stops rust

  • C.B. C.B. on Apr 29, 2017

    My suggestion is to use sandpaper & a wire brush on the rusty spots; make sure it hasn't rusted through*; then apply a rust-oleum based primer & rust-oleum based paint in the color you desire. Enjoy! * IF it has rusted through the metal to the point where it may have weakened the leg...don't give up...locate another piece of metal tubing that will slip down inside the leg pipe, coat it with oil & drop it inside the leg, making sure it is long enough to cover the whole inside length so that it strengthens the rusted part; then finish as indicated above.

  • Sue Lilly Sue Lilly on May 18, 2017

    Bicarbonate soda

  • Catherine Catherine on May 18, 2017

    I not going to bother with primer just applying spray paint (rust oleum- paint and I hope it turn out I'VE have this GLIDER-SWING FOR A LONG TIME SO I WILL TRY THIS