House renovating for an investment, Plus Me = DIY, Crafts, Entertaining and Op/Charity/Thrift Shopping

Laundry Cupboard

To save $380 buying a new laundry cupboard and sink I decided to spruce the old one up.   The sink wasn’t that bad, it just needed a good clean, but the cupboard part was very rusty.  So I rubbed it down and sprayed it.   I first used a metal primer and then a matt white spray. This did take quite and long time, not in spray time, but the amount of times I had to spray, because I didn’t want any runs. The sprays only cost me $18, so it was worth the effort of spraying it about 15 times.

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