How to paint chess pieces with Pintyplus HOME
Today we are going to show you how to paint chess pieces to decorate our home, which we bought in a decoration store, with two colors that we love: matte black and gold. For this project, we are going to use Pintyplus Home paint. As we have told you on other occasions when we use paint we do not have to throw away the one that remains in the pot after painting. Simply, we take the pot, turn it upside down and expel the paint that remains in it. In this way, the tube is not clogged with dry paint and we can use it in other projects. Many small projects can be done with a Pintyplus paint spray.
What do we need to paint chess pieces with Pintyplus?
To start we will need
- Two chess pieces or as many as we want to use as decoration. We have chosen a king and a queen
- A can of Pintyplus Home METALLIC GOLD HM442 paint
- A can of Pintyplus Home HOME BLACK HM438 paint
How to use Pintyplus Home spray paint
The water-based spray paint Pintyplus Home is extremely easy to use. Always recommend before painting to clean the surface, to be dry and free of any contaminants, especially avoiding oils, greases and silicones because will repel the layer of paint. We recommend testing the paint in a small area to see if a previous layer of primer is needed.
1. Shake the spray vigorously for about 30 seconds after hearing the ball’s sound. Strongly recommended to test before painting on a piece of paper and measure the proper spray distance. Each job may require a different distance depending on the object you are going to paint. The larger the surface to be painted is, the more we need to increase the distance of spraying from the object. Likewise, the recommended distance is about 15-20 cm.