Strong doors are usually closed, like most doors of a house, or folding doors. The door types or slats may also be robust. In order to avoid stalky or musty air, slatted doors or louvers allow air into and out of a room. As a cupboard feature, this can be helpful. Before you put them, it is best to paint them to avoid any mess if you have fresh slabbed doors.
Remove the slatted cupboard from its hinges if it is still hanging up. A straightforward screwdriver is what you need.
Remove the hinges in the center of the two folds from each other of the entrance. This also keeps the hinges free of paint and is a safer way than to cover them with tape.
Wash the doors with water and soap to clean the dirt and dry it with annoyance.
Placed a plastic panel in the courtyard. Your lawn will be littered with colors splashing or pouring. Fumes from inside you can be stopped by outdoor painting.
Set the plastic door down.
Sand down any rough areas of fine, 220-grit sandpaper on the wood. Fill the wood putty with holes and let it dry for a few hours. Once the wood putty is cleaned, and the door surface smoothly.
To remove dust, wipe the doors down with a slightly damp rag after sanding, and let them dry out for about 15 minutes.
Paint the slats with the first. Draw the brush to the corner of the bars and then paint the side of the bar by side in a move following the grain of the wood. Use lengthy strokes. Prime the outside door frame, which houses the laths until the laths are full. Then pursue the grain for it too. The grain on the sides of the frame generally goes up and down but runs side by side at the top and bottom. Even on the edges of the door, paint first. Enable it to dry, then turn over and do the reverse.
When you’ve painted it with a primer on both sides, spray the door with paint. Paint the same as you did the first one. Let each side dry before painting the other side. When it gets dirty, use enamel paint to clean the frame. When they dry, reinstall the doors.