There are a few ways you can distress your painted furniture. Sanding Most of the time, you will want to use either a hand sander or an electric sander to distress your furniture. But there are a few things to know about this. When distressing, the type
3 of the most common ways to give painted furniture piece an antique look: Paint Distress Stain This process involves doing the basic painting process and then using some kind of hand (not electric) sander
This is almost exactly how I updated a chest of drawers and nightstand though I didn't use a primer or pre-conditioner. The stain/poly combo definitely goes on thick, so you have to be careful to try and do a thin layer.
FINALLY a tutorial to show you how to paint a dresser the correct way with the best products for the job! With these products and technique, your painted furniture will stay beautiful for the long term! -- Love this home furniture tips.
a few of my recent furniture transformations before afters, chalk paint, painted furniture, Old thrift store nightstands end tables 15 for the pair Completely sanded and refinished the tops painted base with 2 paint technique