Bamboo window blinds – Bamboo blinds or window shades typically come in a handful of neutral-looking shades that let your home decor shine. Replacing the blinds for new pieces of a different color is expensive. Painting bamboo shades is a cheaper option. According to Green Your Decor, the process takes only a short time, resulting in a fresh, new look.
When you paint the bamboo window blinds, use a wide artist’s brush. Male across the grain, and make sure that you fill the bamboo natural grain of the paint. Wait until the first coat to dry and applying another coat, if needed. When you add the second layer, work from the opposite end of blinds, which lets you turn any places you may have missed with the first coat.
If you have outdoor bamboo window blinds, moving to rent in more light or block out light, so you should take the blinds apart. Male each blind separately, and after the paint dries, attach pieces. You may also find it useful if you add a layer of primer to the bamboo before painting. A primer creates a flat and smooth surface, and paint adheres better than a plain surface. Wait until the primer dries before painting shades with your paint color.