Disassemble the cart and place all of the small pieces in a container with a lid.
Sand the cart with the wet/dry 220 Grit sandpaper by placing part of the cart into the tub of water.
Dip the sandpaper into the water and sand, dipping as needed to wipe away residue and clean the paint from the sandpaper. Repeat with 320 grit.
Dry the metal pieces with a towel and then wipe down again with a paper towel and mineral spirits.
Allow to dry.
Using a tack cloth remove any dust particles. Spray all surfaces with primer. Allow to dry.
Spray the handle and other parts of the frame with Rust Protector™ Black Metallic.
Spray the shelves of the cart with Rust Protector™ Cherry Red.
Let the paint harden for 72 hours or according to the can instructions before reassembling or stenciling.
To stencil the top shelf, place a vinyl cut out or other stencil where desired, adhere to the shelf and spray with a light coat.
(Note: If using vinyl or other sticky back stencil, before adhering it to the shelf surface, place the stencil on your pants or shirt and remove a few times to make the vinyl less sticky)
Allow the paint to dry several minutes and then remove the stencil Assemble the cart.
Wood and spray paint are a great combo. Go big and revive a piece of furniture. Go small and revamp a decorative box.