I could not be more excited for this month's Monthly DIY Challenge and HomeRight giveaway!
We were fortunate to work with HomeRight and their awesome spray shelters to update a thrifted or previously owned item with paint. I knew exactly what I was going to do and couldn't wait to restore my vintage metal hardware cabinet. I used the large spray shelter, but they also carry tabletop shelters that are perfect for smaller projects.
MATERIALS NEEDED TO RESTORE A VINTAGE METAL HARDWARE CABINET.
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- Baking soda and water
- Spray Paint (I used Rust-Oleum dark spray paint semi-gloss)
- Frog Tape (to protect the original label)
HOW I RESTORED THE HARDWARE CABINET
I won't bore you with cleaning pictures, but I did scrub every square inch of the cabinet and drawers with an inexpensive grid scrubber and a paste of baking powder and water. After the cabinet was clean and dry I set up my HomeRight Spray Shelter in the garage.
I'm loving how it turned out and of course couldn't resist decorating with a few touches of wood and wicker. (mirror purchased from Hobby Lobby with 40% off coupon)
AND.....since HomeRight is so generous they are also offering a Finish Max, Rapid Clean Kit, Larger Shelter and Tabletop Shelter to one lucky winner! Just enter through the rafflecopter below.