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If you need your paint job to be durable, go with polycrylic. Polycrylic is great because it's durable like Polyurethane, but it doesn't yellow over time and it's really low-odor. To apply your polycrylic, just brush it on with a high quality paint brush. I did 2 coats, allowing it to dry for several hours in between.
It is definitely ok to skip the sanding step in some cases before you paint a piece of furniture. However, before you skip the sanding step, here are a few things to know: 1. Is the Surface Shiny? Slick? If the surface is very smooth and shiny, I would hesitate