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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Spray Paint Fixes Anything!

I recently got a Christmas Scentsy set. I LOVE the scent, but wasn't crazy about the warmer. Here is the before:

I gave it a quick coat of Krylon silver paint:

Here is the After:

This will go much better with our holiday decor! I'm not too worried about the paint flaking off since the warmer is just heated by a lightbulb, but I will let you know how it holds up...

I'm gearing up for a few more holiday projects I will be posting about soon!



8 comments:

  1. Wow! I must say I love how that paint made that look!
    Thanks for sharing at Show & Share!

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  2. I was thinking of doing the EXACT SAME THING!

    I found a scentsy warmer at a yardsale (2$! can I get a high five?!) but it is not cute- it has grapes and I think is supposed to look italian?? I have it in the laundry room (same room as the cat box) but I have been thinking of spray painting it and wondering if i should chance it wit reg paint or use the black high heat i used on the fireplace screen.

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  3. I have been searching and searching for info on spray painting a Scentsy warmer! How has yours held up? I am thinking about painting my Roma warmer red (it was supposed to be red but it's more orange and brown!).

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  4. Stephanie: So far so good! We've been using it daily for almost a month and you would never even know it had been painted!

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  5. Turned out cute. But heads up if you alter your Scentsy warmer in any way you void out the lifetime manufacture warranty on the mechanics.

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  6. I'm honestly not concerned about the warranty - after almost a year, how has it held up Lauren? I'm redoing the kids' bathroom & was searching about spray painting an old Scentsy warmer that I was going to get rid of. I'm SO glad to have found your blog here! I want a fun bright color that would match - is it still working okay? Thanks so much!!! :o)

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  7. I'm so glad I found this! I want to buy a plug-in one but only if I can spray paint it so I'm going to go for it! Thanks for posting!

    Jennifer
    www.dainty-posies.blogspot.com

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  8. How is the spray paint holding up? I've been wanting to do this for awhile!

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