Whether it’s on the stoep or under a feature tree, it’s great to have a special nook in the garden. Give yours a pop of colour by spray painting a trellis.

Spray paint has moved into many new dimensions. With paint and primer in one, the task is quick and easy.

Rust-Oleum is the biggest name in the game and has a gobsmacking variety of hammered, textured, glassy, metallic, neon… you name it, spray paints. Aside from the endless creative possibilities, many of the paints have a practical bonus: Rust-Oleum Painter’s Touch 2x contains both primer and paint in one, so there’s no fuss with undercoats, plus it’s suitable for use indoors and out on plastic, wood, cement and metal. Simply grab a mask and spray it on.

Materials you will need:

  • Garden trellises to suit your dimensions
  • Rust-Oleum Painter’s Touch 2x – Aqua
  • Drop sheet
  • Mask

How to spray:

  • The great thing about Painter’s Touch 2x in the Rust-Oleum range is that you don’t need to prime the wood, so you can start spraying immediately.
  • Check that the trellis is clean and free of dust.
  • Wear your mask and stand back a little. Then spray about 15 to 20 centimetres from the trellis. This is very porous wood, so it sucks up a lot of paint.
  • Move your hand evenly and try not to let the paint pool in one spot.
  • To give an idea of paint coverage on raw wood, we used five cans for the two large trellises together.
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