Today I am showing you how to paint your front door for a sturdy finish. One that will last through even a nor’easter!
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What I Used:
The How To:
In fact it is great for wood or metal doors. Or even a mailbox! And rails! I have plenty of those!
And fade resistant so it can take a beating from the sun!
I chose the Salem Grey because when you’ve got a brick house there’s not very much that matches aside from white.
I wiped it down first to get all the excess dirt off. I then went over the indentations and then painted the rest.
Here is the storm door all ready with the glass insert to protect it. We have since had a nor’easter! And it’s held up beautifully!
I liked the durability of this paint so much, I am actually going to use the rest to paint the indoor doors because mine take a lot of abuse.
It comes in a 16 oz 473 ml bottle which is the perfect size, not too much but not so little that you can’t finish a project. In fact I used less than half the bottle.
On a sunny day it looks almost like a slate blue!
Do you like my color choice? What other colors go with brick?
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