What type of paint is best to restore outdoor wicker furniture?

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I found old outdoor wicker furniture that needs to be painted. One piece is a glider and the other is a tall-backed chair with curved "legs" that let you bounce in the chair. Both pieces have a rusted metal rim bordering the wicker. I would like to prevent any more rust and protect the wicker .
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  • Becky Williams Becky Williams on Mar 06, 2016
    I actually used spray paint on wicker. It's held up well for me. They have a large array of colors and even textures.

  • Grandmaquilts Grandmaquilts on Mar 07, 2016
    Becky is absolutely right. Spray Paint. Just be sure to give it a good scrub first and let it dry out thoroughly. The hose, a soft brush and sunshine are all you need.

  • Eagleseyepilotflagcar Eagleseyepilotflagcar on Mar 07, 2016
    spray paint is best. after you scrub it and it dries. wipe with clear vinegar.

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Mar 07, 2016
    Clean first with white vinegar and water. Let completely dry and spray paint with OUDOOR spray paint for wicker furniture. I would seal it with an acrylic clear spray paint.

  • Sandra Levy Sandra Levy on Mar 07, 2016
    I use spray paint by Rust_Oleum with pain and primer in one. It coats well and looks great. It costs about $7 a can, but well worth it.

    • Leah Spears Leah Spears on Mar 07, 2016
      @Sandra Levy I use this too- also at Lowes they have an Outdoor Valspar spray paint and primer in one for outdoors-wood/plastic/metal/rust proof-it's a little cheaper-$4-5 a can- works good!!!

  • Penny Penny on Mar 07, 2016
    My sister and I painted her wicker with rust oleum spray paint and that was 2yrs ago and it's still nice, she has a covered porch though so that might help.