Spray Painting to Update and Refresh Lighting

I have used spray paint to refresh and update many things. Here are a few of the things I used them on. The first couple here are out door coach lights. The first one I used Rust-oleum Satin Black. The next one I used was a Rust-oleum, Metallic Aged Bronze.
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After I take down the lights the first thing I do is unscrew the little nuts and take the glass out.
Second, I wash the light fixture and the glass well with Shaklee’s Basic H.
Third, I use a metal primer, shown below.
Finally, I spray it the color that I want, and you have a new looking and updated light fixture.
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These are low voltage Malibu lights that were new but I didn’t think the color went well with the house and the coach lights, so I primed and sprayed these as well.
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I really like the way out door lighting adds to the house’s appearance and security.
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I like everything to match so I also sprayed the house numbers. DSCI0035DSCI0037













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7 comments:

  1. Looks great! I love the new look way better! So rich looking!
    Bonnie :)

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  2. I just love how these turned out. The numbers look great, too! We bought some lights at a garage sale that were still in the box but have been sitting for a long time in a shed. I want to paint them and see that it will work just fine! I am having a giveaway if you would like to enter!!!

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  3. What a great look! I'm going to be re-doing my light fixtures this week, so I love seeing what others are doing, too! Thanks for sharing!! I'm hopping over from Humble Homemaking. I'm happy to meet another new blogger, too!
    ~Terry
    http://www.mossandclover.blogspot.com/

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  4. This can also be called a "column mount" if the lighting is affixed directly to a brick or stone column as part of a fence or wall. candles

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  5. We did start our work from outside but we didn't realize how hard it would be to remove all the graffiti from the walls. Gelsadrah

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