- 1). Clean the wrought iron furniture with trisodium phosphate cleanser, using steel wool. Rinse the wrought iron with a water hose. Wait two to four hours for the furniture to dry.
- 2). Protect the portions of the wrought iron furniture you do not want painted by covering them with masking paper and painter's tape.
- 3). Place the wrought iron furniture on a heavy-duty fabric drop cloth.
- 4). Coat the wrought iron with a galvanized metal etching spray primer. Keep the can of etching primer 8 inches from the wrought iron as you apply. Wait four hours for the primed furniture to dry.
- 5). Coat the primed wrought iron with an acrylic or oil-based spray enamel. Keep the can of enamel 8 inches from the wrought iron as you apply. Wait six hours for the finished furniture to dry.
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