How To Paint Vinyl Window Blinds
Vinyl window blinds – Blinds are a decorative addition to your home wise. The windows are framed and give the exterior of your home a strong sense of the picturesque symmetry. Vinyl shutters are in many ways superior to wooden shutters aspects, as they are extremely resistant to the stress of the elements and easy to clean. However, if you have bought a house and vinyl window blinds is not the color of your liking, there is no reason why you cannot paint.
Get paint to stick to vinyl can be a little difficult, but not impossible. Pour 1/3 cup trisodium phosphate and 1 gallon of water in a bucket. Wear rubber gloves and dip a sponge in the mixture. Wring out the sponge and wipe all the blinds to remove dirt and dust. Allow to air dry. Put on a pair of latex gloves and saturate a cloth with a preparation of the liquid surface which promotes adhesion between the paint and shiny surfaces like vinyl.
Clean a set of blinds with its saturated cloth. Rub each trigger with his cloth until the cloth begins to “grab” the blinds; then you know that your paint will stick. Dip brush 3-inch nylon in latex or oil paint of your choice, and cover the blinds with a light coat of paint. Repeat this entire process with your next set of vinyl window blinds.