I just bout resin Adirondack chairs. I want to paint one

Wendy
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My husband is a big LSU fan and I want to paint one purple and gold with an L S U on it for a Fathers Day gift. Any ideas on what to use or how to go above this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks wendy


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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jun 01, 2018
    Spray paint the chair with Rustoleum 2X for plastic applying two light coats allowing each to dry.Stencil on the logo and hand paint using a paint formulated for plastic, allow to dry, then seal with a clear UV protectant

  • Tinyshoes Tinyshoes on Jun 01, 2018
    I would use spray paint...make sure they are clean before you start spraying

  • William William on Jun 01, 2018
    Use Krylon fusion spray paint to paint the chairs. Several light coats will get you a smooth finish. You can get stencils or print free letters from many online websites. Tape the stencils where you want them, tape off any place you don't want painted. Spray paint them.

  • Vimarhonor Vimarhonor on Jun 01, 2018
    I painted my resin Adirondak chairs a few years ago. It was nice to reunite mismatched faded hand me down chairs into cohesive seating.

    I prepped and cleaned the chairs let them dry and then used a Rustoleum plastic friendly spray paint —it has always been my favorite choice for professional results. The rustoleum spray paints often has primer and paint combined in one. The universal series has an excellent designed applicator- easy to use top spray nozzle that can operate in any angle. Ive also used the Painter's Touch 2X Ultra Cover on plastic chairs and plastic planters, great results and coverage.

    The before and after was a remarkable accomplishment.

    Do you know anyone with a silloutte or cricut? They might be able to make you a vinyl stencil for painting the LSU logo/lettering?
    Best wishes with your patio chair furniture rehab to your LSU themed colors. I hope you can find the perfect shades of yellow and purple.

    Rustoleum recommendations

    PREPARE:
    Always work in a well-ventilated area. Cover the floor and nearby items with a drop cloth. Lightly scuff any glossy surfaces and wipe clean with a lint-free cloth. Use Painter’s tape to hide any surfaces you don’t want to paint.

    PAINT:
    Using slow, back-and-forth motions, spray paint each item with several light coats of spray paint, making sure to overlap each stroke slightly. Apply 2-3 coats of spray paint, waiting a few minutes in between each coat.

    FINISH:
    Let spray paint dry for approximately 1 hour before handling.

  • Mamabear318 Mamabear318 on Jun 01, 2018
    Yep, krylon fusion is your best bet.