Carpets and Rugs
Simply Spray Carpets and Rugs
There are many uses for Simply Spray around the house, especially for covering up those ugly carpet stains from that wine party last weekend or your kid's grape juice that spilled a year ago and you've never quite been able to get rid of it.
Simply Spray can also be used to update that old, dated decor you are tired of to give it a new clean, funky and fun modern look for only a few dollars. By spraying your old furniture new, you can save time and money without the hassle of trying to find that perfect throw rug for your living room.
One of our 8oz paint cans covers approximately 17 square feet. However, it also depends on how absorbent the fabric is and how dark you would like the finished item to be. The more absorbent your fabric, the more paint it will need, so make sure that you order enough to achieve the exact color you are looking to obtain.
Don't spend thousands of dollars replacing the carpet in your kid's room, spay it new with Simply Spray upholstery fabric paint. There are many ways for fixing carpet, but here is one of my favorite rug craft projects I saw on Apartment Therapy.
Basically, take any old ugly rug, tape a pattern on it (this was a "Chevron" design), spray it with Simply Spray upholstery fabric paint, and viola! You have a great new rug. See the picture below with the instructions on how to remake any old rug into a DIY modern masterpiece!
Simply Spray upholstery fabric paint is perfect for painting any absorbent upholstery fabric, pillows, chairs, carpets and sofas. This product is unlike dyeing which can be messy and difficult. Simply Spray upholstery fabric paint is easy to use and dries quickly. Also, it is 100% non-toxic and safe for your pets and children to crawl and/or lay around on. Our spray is food grade safe with zero CFCs. Plus it cleans up easy, won’t come off on your clothes, and is UV protected.
- Because furniture varies so much in size, color, and material, we recommend buying a test can and applying a coat of paint to an unseen surface of your project (i.e. under the cushion of a couch). Although, in almost all cases it works for every situation, but always remember that spraying fabric which is a lighter color then the fabric paint will look better, as the starting color does influence your end color.
- This will allow you to gauge how the paint adheres your particular project, what the paint looks like once it has dried, and how many coats you’ll want to apply for desired results.
- It will also allow you to get accustomed to the paint and how it sprays, allowing for optimum control once your project is underway.
Also, remember that we suggest multiple light coats, this will use less paint overall. Then let each coat dry 15 to 20 minutes, this will ensure the additional coats will adhere properly.
If you have any additional questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to help.