How do I protect metal outdoors?
I bought these beautiful metal flowers to decorate my porch, but the minute I got home it was raining and I realized that they would oxidize fast in this Spring rain! I want to show them off in summer. Any ideas on protecting my metal flowers ?
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Spray with Marine Varnish. Front and back.
Spray them with several layers of clear lacquer.
Hi Adrianna, your flowers are beautiful. Here are some ways to preserve them. Hope this is helpful. Make it Last: How to Protect and Preserve Your Garden Art
Quick tips for protecting metal from rust: Clean the item with a lint-free cloth, even if it's brand-new. Protect your work surface with a dropcloth and lay the item flat. Apply one light coat of polyurethane to the exposed surface, and then allow it to dry.
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Like Kelli suggests. I like Helmsman Spar Urethane Spray.
Clear spray paint.
Sprayed them with Clear rustoleum enamel.
spray urethane is a good option, but make sure its exterior......
Yes, I'd use clear Rustoleum in either a gloss, semi-gloss or satin to cover those, a couple of coats.
Rustoleum clear spray is my choice. I love these and would like some if you will share where to buy. Enjoy!
They are usually found at Kirkland’s. They also have a website at Kirkland’s.com.
I usually use clearcoatlike y use on cars.
I paint on a good urethane, gloss seems to last longer but satin is ok too, I use it on all my outdoor deco
I recommend anything from the Rustoleum line of rust-resistant paints. Don’t forget to paint the backs and bottoms!
Spray with Sprar Marine varnish. It is made for boats, so it will last.