Rescued a metal cabinet that was slender, tall and perfect for storing all manner of things. It had been painted a dull flat black on the front and sides but left a mess on the inside. After a good sanding and cleaning up a bit, we used a primer on it in black, since it was mostly black all ready. Then after a few coats of black on both sides, inside and back, we decided a great punch of blue would be the ticket. Add several coats of glossy blue on both sides, top and the front and it is friendlier. A little bit of detailing on the new sleek handle and this cabinet is ready for all kinds of goodies to store.
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