In order to spray paint resin wicker successfully, you will need to use paint products that adhere to plastic. The label should clearly say "bonds to plastic," or something similar. Expect to use 2 to 3 cans per average sized wicker style chair. Follow the directions on the label to apply the paint.
I found when spraying painting old plastic outdoor chairs that the quality of the paint job depends somewhat on the prep. A light sanding will give the paint something to hold onto. Be sure to wash it down after sanding and let it dry overnight before painting.
Today I'm sharing a super easy DIY: How to spray paint wicker. With the HomeRight Finish Max, you can use any color you like. It's fast and easy to up-cycle and old piece of furniture.
Related Articles. Shake the spray paint can for at least two minutes. Apply paint to the furniture using smooth, even strokes, holding the can 8 to 10 inches from the project piece. Continue painting until the entire surface is covered.
If you've got wicker furniture (or any outdoor furniture, for that matter), there will be a time when you find that it desperately needs an update. There's a hard way to update it… and there's an easy way. Let's go with the latter option, shall we? How to paint wicker furniture quickly and easily for a lasting finish.
Start by setting up your work area. If possible, try to paint wicker furniture outside, where there's adequate ventilation. Choose a clear day and for best results, stay out of the wind, lest dirt and leaves blow onto the fresh paint. Also, note that no matter how careful you are, spray paint inevitably over-sprays.