First of all, dismantle the trolley. Lay out all the materials that you need. You can see an overview of everything in our photo. The colours we used are pastel yellow (colour code 915), powdery peach (930), pastel rose (914) and mild mint (928).
Cover your working area carefully with the protective sheet. You should also mask the wheels of the trolley with tape as these won’t be sprayed.
Start by shaking the spray can for 3 minutes, then remove the sprayhead and prise off the safety ring with the aid of the screwdriver. The Spray basics section on our website gives you essential tips for perfect spraying.
Next, spray the frame in mild mint. For best results, we recommend you hold the can at a distance of approx. 25 cm and spray evenly with a spiral motion. Allow the paint to dry thoroughly.
Now continue with the trays. Spray them one by one in pastel yellow, powdery peach and pastel rose. When covering larger areas, we recommend using horizontal and vertical strokes so you don’t get too much paint in one spot.
Once everything is completely dry, the trolley can be reassembled. We also glued a strip of cork around the handle to give it a better grip.
Products and materials
- Kitchen trolley
- Protective cover for your work area
- Base layer for spraying, masking tape
- Screwdriver for removing the safety ring on the can
- Small strip of cork for the handle
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