Paint can transform an ordinary piece of furniture. Spray paint may be the better option when painting furniture than using paint that comes in a can.
Spray paint is more expensive than paint from a can.
Spray paint tends to splatter more than paint from a can so the surrounding area needs to be prepped with cloth.
Spray paint has stronger fumes than paint from a can, so it needs to be used in a well-ventilated area with a face mask.
Spray paint dries faster than paint from a can.
Spray paint has a smoother finish than paint applied with a brush.
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