Wrought iron coffee table – Wrought iron has been used for furniture and other decorations for centuries, and it’s hard to beat their rugged beauty. Whether you want to paint a black wrought iron table for indoor or for your garden, there are many colors. Keep it black or liven it up with a splash of color, but make sure you take your time with prep work. Painting wrought iron is easy, but you must use a good primer and paint made specifically for metal. One you have finished painting the wrought iron, let the paint cure for a day before using the table. Wash the board thoroughly with soap and warm water. Dry it well with a shop rag. Use a wire brush to remove loose paint and rust. Wipe the table down again with a shop rag to remove all of the dust.
Go around the wrought iron coffee table, including bones, with 150-grit sandpaper to roughen the surface. This will help the primer adhere to. Wipe down the back. Steel wool and kerosene will remove stubborn rust stains. Wear your rubber gloves, stay away from open flames and rinse the table properly when finished. Let it dry completely before proceeding to the next step. Place the table on a cloth, put on your painter’s mask and give the table an even coat of spray primer meant especially for metal tables. Let spray primer dry according to the manufacturer’s instructions and give it a second time.
Use long, even sweeps of the can to give your table coat finish paint made specifically for metal. Let dry according to the manufacturer’s instructions, and then give it a second time if necessary. Refer to the table with very fine steel wool between coats of primer and top coat for a smoother finish. Always use spray paints in well-ventilated areas. Then, to decorate wrought iron coffee table, place the corn with a giant light. Corn is colorful and screams fall. Take four bunches of it and shape it into a square on the coffee table, then take a big, fat pillar candle and put it directly in the center of the square. If you prefer, you can also add a piece of bright orange fabric in order to bring out the colors of corn. It is a simple, inexpensive display you can make in minutes.