Question from Helen
We have some fifty-year old child-sized wicker chairs that were recently repaired. The old material is gray and the new is natural new wood colored. The chair man has suggested we spray paint them because the color difference is so great between the old and the new materials. I suggested milk paint but he thinks that wouldn’t cover the discrepancy well enough.
We plan to put these chairs on a covered porch and want them safe for children to use and sit in when their little legs are bare on these hot days. Can you recommend a natural spray paint that would be suitable for this?
I don’t know of a less-toxic or natural paint that comes in a spray can, however, you can purchase paint sprayers at any home improvement or hardware store and spray any type of paint you want.
Readers, any other suggestions?