That only took a little bit of work.
I bought a nice plant stand at work, but there was a problem- it’s an indoor plant stand. Not the most water resistant of metal.
But there’s a technical solution to everything.
And it involves teal spray paint!
It’ll protect the stand from rust, and it’s my mom’s favorite color.
The first step to any painting project is a tarp of course. Don’t spray paint the grass! Or your plants or your pots or your fence or your bench.
Or yourself. Oops.
Anyways most of the paint ended up on the plant stand, and only some on the now even bluer tarp.
I even had a buddy come by and inspect my work. Luckily they landed after the paint was mostly dry.
And here’s the final result. It’s nice and elegant, but more importantly, it’s very practical. Should help with keeping the outside neat, as well as making it easier to keep pots off the ground and out of the reach of scale which keeps bothering my mint plants. The Roman mint in all its overgrown glory looks particularly nice cascading over its pot.
Not bad for a sunny days work last week, and I might get a second one so the bench can be flanked.
Of course there’s what needs to be done to the bench.
So maybe the metal parts of the bench will be teal soon too.
We will see!