All paint should be used according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Set up a paint area by covering a table (or other flat work surface) and the floor with a drop cloth or newspapers.
Make sure area is well-ventilated.
Clean surfaces of the pots to remove any dirt.
Choose your color scheme for each pot.
Coat the top, outside edge as well as the top, inside edge of your first terra cotta flowerpot with the Krylon® Fusion All-In-One® color of your choice.
Note: Note: Shake can until ball inside begins to rattle, then shake for an additional two minutes. Hold can 8”-10” from surface, spray in sweeping motion, side-to-side with slight overlap.
Dries to touch in 20 minutes or less. Dries to handle in 1 hour. Recoat within 6 hours or after 24 hours.
Allow paint to dry completely.
Tape the outside edge of the terra cotta pot where you want to begin the second paint color.
Make sure that the edge of the tape is pressed down firmly.
Cover a previously spray-painted portion of the terra cotta pot with newspaper, wrapping paper down into the inside of the pot.
Coat the uncovered portion of the terra cotta pot with the second Krylon® Fusion All-In-One® color of your choice.
Note: Shake can until the ball inside begins to rattle, then shake for an additional two minutes. Hold can 8”-10” from the surface, spray in a sweeping motion, side-to-side with a slight overlap.
Allow the spray paint to dry.
Gently remove the newspaper and tape.
Your flowerpots are now fade-resistant, safe and stylish for planting!
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