Deck railing wrought iron is beautiful additions to any porch, staircase or patio. They talk about quality and strength and can add a sense of security. Generally, a good old iron work can be cleaned and painted; that will last for decades, if done correctly. How to paint a wrought iron railing? First, rub the rail very thoroughly with a wire brush, getting into all the corners and crevises. Any loose paint or rust must be removed.
Then, clean the scrubbing metal with an antistatic cloth or a damp cloth. Try to lower any grit that remains of the purification. If there is any remaining dirt, clean it thoroughly with a soap paint preparation and let it dry. Place the deck railing on a protective cover and prime the handrail with a good quality exterior metal primer as close as possible to the final color as possible, either by brushing or by spray painting. Let it dry according to the instructions.
Paint the iron railing with a good quality exterior metal paint, either by brushing or spraying it on. Start at the top and work down, brushing up as you go. You may find that deck railing with intricate rolls must be powdered. Be sure to paint in all the different areas at an angle. Allow it to dry in a well-ventilated place, but without dust for at least 24 hours before installation.