Paint Baby Cot
Cots are over where child safe place when you are ready to enjoy restful sleep. After ensuring that bars are well spaced and mattress is at correct height, last thing you want to worry about is whether materials used to decorate cots are toxic or not. If you are not aware of origin or production process of its cradle, you actually can paint with your approval, except to remove any possible doubt.
Painting cradle itself also offers you freedom to style your furniture to your liking. Spread drop cloth on ground outside and place cradle directly on top of fabric. You make sure cloth extends around four sides of crib to protect soil during sanding and painting.
Paint Baby Cot
Painting outside will allow paint fumes to dissipate without affecting your breathing. Remove mattress from crib and set it aside while you work. Keep mattress inside to make sure it stays free of dust and dirt.
rest of cot will stay intact entire time. Scuff entire cot using sandpaper until surface is smooth and soft. If there is thick layer of paint on cot, use coarse grit paper.
For stained or raw cots opt for finishing sandpaper which is finer. Wipe sanded cot with tack cloth to remove all of sanding grit. Give cot final rub with damp wash cloth and let wood dry completely.
Use small paintbrush with your chosen color of paint in order to reach even smallest parts of cot. Test small, inconspicuous area to practice your brush strokes and to make sure you like color of paint on cot. We hope the information on How to Paint Baby Cot is helpful to you.