Cement Bird Bath Paint?

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Painting a cement bird bath is not hard to do. You will need a few tools to prepare your bird bath to paint. When you go to paint the bird bath make sure you put concrete sealer on the outside of the bird bath.
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How to Paint Cement Bird Baths
Having a lively and vibrant outside atmosphere is soothing and enjoyable. Gardens, plants and flowers are giving off color and energy, but what about the bird bath in the corner? Like many bird baths, it is a dull and dreary sight. Why not spruce it up... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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