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There’s something magical about a garden gate, wouldn’t you agree? It’s the entryway into nature and all her designs. It’s also a wonderful opportunity to add a welcoming touch and personality to your outdoor space.
But, what to do when Mother Nature gets all stormy and stuff? Between the rain, wind, snow and hot summer months, she can weather wood and metal like no other.
By following today’s 3 simple steps, and with the help our sponsor, HomeRight’s Super Finish Max Paint Sprayer, you’ll be able to give your garden gate a refresh in no time! Yep, your “green star” gladiolas will be even greener with envy!
• hand brush
• handful of 1 ½” – 2” screws
• optional: HomeRight’s Medium Spray Shelter
• optional: basket + dried or faux flowers
• drill or screwdriver
• hand sander or hand sander
• Super Finish Max Paint Sprayer
1. Remove. Using a screwdriver or drill, remove garden gate from its post. Clean all the wood with a hand brush, then remove all the hardware. Optional: Lightly sand, then paint the post to match your refreshed gate.
2. Repair. Re-nail or use screws to close up gaps between the gate slats and the braces. Beforehand, use wood glue, clamp to hold in place, then nail or screw wood into place. Optional: If you’ve got a sagging gate, use an anti-sag gate kit.
3. Refresh. Using P60 sandpaper sand rough surfaces, wipe clean. Add 2-3 coats of exterior paint to both the front and back of your gate using your Super Finish Max Paint Sprayer. Spray paint hardware. Allow to dry. Reattach hardware to gate and gate to post. Note: avoid overspray mess by using the HomeRight Medium Spray Shelter.
Optional: For an extra Refresh and cheery touch, add a hand-painted “Welcome” sign or decal (or whatever you’d like to say), and/or a hanging basket with dried or faux flowers.
Optional: If you don’t already have a spring attached to your gate, you’ll love how this feature will keep your garden area closed, even when your hands are full of flowers and/or gardening implements!
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