Paint a brass chandelier can create a new look. Paint can cover blemishes or change it completely, giving a new look that best matches the environment. This is something easy and quick to do, and the rewards will speak for it once you have your new chandelier.
Directions to paint brass chandelier: remove the ceiling chandelier if it is hung. Turn off the light switch that sends electricity to buff before disconnecting the wires. Take out all removable parts of the chandelier as globes, lamps and crystal and let them aside. Apply disodium phosphate in a clean, soft cloth and wipe the chandelier. Use one second clean, dry cloth to dry it.
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Apply the adhesive tape in areas that do not wish to paint. Put the chandelier in a cardboard box and apply a thin layer of paint base. After drying, apply the second layer, repeating the process until you get three thin layers base. Apply a thin layer of spray paint in the desired color and let it dry completely before applying another. Repeat the process several times until the buff stick with the desired look.
Finally, to paint brass chandelier, remove the tape and put the pieces back together after the complete drying of the ink.