If your refrigerator runs with pep but looks like a rusty relic, try a this simple method to make an old refrigerator look better. We have used Rust-Oleum Appliance Epoxy spray paint on our white, 1995 Kenmore 27″ refrigerator with great results. There are many colors of Appliance epoxy paint to choose from to make an old refrigerator look better.
Pictured: Rust-Oleum Appliance Epoxy spray paint
METHOD FOR MAKING AN OLD REFRIGERATOR LOOK BETTER:
- Even the best refrigerators get rust spots – - especially below the area where water and ice cubes dispense. Remove rust spots by lightly sanding rust with very fine grade sandpaper.
- Wipe with a clean, dry cloth.
- Lightly spray an application of Rust Oleum Epoxy for Appliances spray paint on the affected area. Hold a piece of cardboard up against areas you do not wish spray paint to land. **NOTE: Appliance Epoxy paint is also available in cans for brushing on.
- Refrain from spraying too close to the appliance or paint will run.
- If you do have a problem with paint running, wipe it away immediately with a clean, dry cloth and wait 5 minutes before re-trying.
PRODUCT INFORMATION: “Rust-Oleum Specialty Appliance Epoxy is an ultra-hard, moisture resistance enamel that is specifically formulated for indoor metal surfaces. It provides a smooth, washable surface for refinishing the exterior of appliances such as refrigerators, dishwashers, laundry machines, and other indoor metal applications (cabinets, tables). Do not use on objects exposed to heat (stovetops, oven interiors, etc)”. From: Rust-Oleum.comShare this: Twitter | StumbleUpon | Facebook | Delicious | digg | reddit | eMail