Coloring a garden shed - Checklist

Coloring a garden shed - Checklist


Before you can paint a garden shed in color, depending on Substrate condition various preparatory work necessary.

Painting untreated garden house

A garden house made of untreated wood will, over time, turn gray, paler or mold. In order to protect a wooden house from it, it can be treated with suitable wood preservatives. In advance, a primer should be used. If you want to paint the garden house with colored paint, you should use open-pored colors and glazes.

  • A new wooden garden house is pretreated with a wood base, which protects against blue and fungal attack.
  • The surface is first cleaned of dirt with a broom
  • If the primer has dried, a colored glaze can be applied.
  • For the first coat, three coats of thin-layer glaze penetrating deeply into the wood are recommended.
  • After each intermediate coat, the surface is sanded with medium grain sandpaper
  • This makes the surface nicely smooth, which ensures an optimal result.
  • The glaze is always applied in the direction of the grain with a special glaze brush.
  • Glaze brushes are splitted at the tip, which ensures smooth application and consistent protection
  • The top coat remains untreated

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Old Laub Shaped Color

Not only new, but also older Garden sheds need a renovation coat from time to time. However, you must first prepare the surface.

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  • The garden gazebo must be thoroughly cleaned
  • Depending on the degree of soiling, brooms, wire brushes and high-pressure cleaners
  • are then used to apply old paint with a sanding block, a grinding machine or steel wool removed
  • Afterwards the sanding dust is rubbed thoroughly
  • Foil is laid around the garden house so that the paint does not seep into the ground
  • Then you can paint the shed twice with wood primer
  • Through the wood primer is the garden shed optimally protected, in addition, the subsequent paint application is better
  • After drying, a colored weatherproof paint can be applied
  • Die Color should match the style of the garden and garden furniture
  • An idea for the design is the color combination red and white Scandinavian style
  • The paint should dry well, followed by a second job
  • It is made with a soft flat brush or a foam roller applied evenly

Before painting, the surface of the garden shed must be thoroughly prepared. Between the individual paint jobs, the drying time is adhered to according to the manufacturer's instructions.

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