I love that I painted my key because I still keep my house keys on my lanyard. I get back to my sister’s house when the lights are pretty much gone so it is really nice to be able to have some definition as to what key belongs where.
What you will need:
Clear nail polish
- Tape where you want the paint on your key to stop.
- Paint on one smooth, thin, layer at a time and let dry in between coats. If you have binder clips, those would be most helpful when applying the nail polish.
- Remove the tape and apply a clear coat.
Now, for wear and tear, the edges have worn but the actual face of the key is still in great condition.