What's the best way to paint shutters that you can't remove from my ho

we can't get our shutters off of our house without damaging our siding, but i want to change up my colors. Should I use spray paint or a brush.

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  • Sharon Sharon on Mar 16, 2018
    I would use a brush if you can't remove them. Try to get some craft paper behind them and around each one and tape it in place to not get the paint on your siding.

  • Laura Cooper Laura Cooper on Mar 16, 2018
    I recommend using an HVLP. You can buy an inexpensive setup at harbor freight. You will spend more time taping off the area, but the finish will be beautiful and get in to all the nooks and crannies

  • V V on Mar 16, 2018
    Spray painting. Block walls around them with old newspaper. It doesn't matter if the paint gets behind them

  • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on Mar 16, 2018
    As long as you tack and tape drop cloths to protect the bricks, you can spray paint. No drop cloths? Clean, sand, paint, using stiff cardboard to keep your brush away from the bricks. Use outdoor trim paint that is self sealing, and keep at least a quart of the paint, labeled, for touch ups, and matching if you need more. Best wishes ☺️

  • Geew Geew on Mar 16, 2018
    Use a brush.

  • Ginny Ginny on Mar 16, 2018
    I just had mine professionally painted and they used a brush. The shutters are aluminum and fixed to the Roman brick front of the house.

  • Chu12210936 Chu12210936 on Mar 16, 2018
    Thank you