You'll need primer, exterior paint, brushes, and rollers.
Step 2 Instructions:
After I cut out all the pieces for the lounge chairs I sanded them all smooth with a belt sander.
Step 3 Instructions:
Once all the woods pieces were sanded I laid them all flat in my garage with scrap wood raising them off the floor. Vacuum and wipe down all the wood pieces to remove any dust.
Step 4 Instructions:
Prime your wood with the Zinsser 123 primer and a 4 inch foam roller. It is easy to paint the slats when they are flat since you don't have any crevices to work with. I allowed my wood to dry overnight and then turned all the pieces over and primed the opposite side. Apply 2 coats of Royal House and Trim paint the same way. Use a brush for the sides or to catch any paint drips. Be sure to allow the paint to dry completely between coats (at least overnight before turning)
Step 5 Instructions:
After building your chaise lounges just touch up the paint with a brush. If you find any paint drips just lightly sand and repaint that spot.
<p><br /></p><p>Special thank to <a>Brook from Being Brook</a> for sharing her tutorial on how she gets this beautiful finish every time!</p>