French doors can give a classy entryway, with their columns of windows set into twofold doors. When you have steel French doors, you have the added profit of low maintenance door materials that will stay delightful for quite some time. Paint steel French doors when you wish to change their color, planning the surface first and applying the proper paint equitably over the surface.
- Soak the old fabric with mineral spirits and wipe down the steel surfaces of the doors thoroughly to clean them. Permit the door surfaces to dry completely.
- Sand each surface of the doors equally with the sandpaper to make a slightly scraped surface. This will help the paint stick all the more successfully to the doors. Wipe the door surfaces with the tack material to remove dust from sanding.
- Apply painter's tape around the borders of the glass panes of the French doors to anticipate preparation and paint from leaking onto the glass while you paint. Apply painter's tape over the metal hardware of the doors, incorporating pivots and doorknobs.
- Load the 1-inch paintbrush with preparation and apply the first stage uniformly over the surface of the French doors. Paint every crosspiece between the glass windows precisely to cover the steel with an even layer of first stage. Load the 2-inch paintbrush and paint the top edges of the doors, the slender side edges and the level parcels of the doors above and underneath the windows. Permit the first stage to dry for the time proposed on the preparation name.
- Load the 1-inch paintbrush with paint and apply the paint in the same way in which you connected the first stage. Permit the paint to dry for the time suggested by the maker then after that apply a second cover of paint. Permit the second cover of paint to dry for the same prescribed time.
- Remove the painter's tape carefully.