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  • Leslie Haynes

    how to refinish furniture without sanding - zinsser cover stain primer

  • ellengsauve

    @meghanbawcum: Primer to cover stained furniture without sanding. This is what I used on the desk after tsp'ing, but on the cabinets I sanded lightly before painting.

  • Michelle Chen

    DIY No Sanding Primer

  • Krystal Hawkins

    no sand furniture primer.

  • Laura Tucker

    Paint furniture with no sanding! Cover Stain primer by Zinsser.

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