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Stripping old and applying new stain to a tabletop.  Materials needed: Thick paste stripper Metal scraper (with rounded edges) Medium-fine steel wool Medium steel wool Liquid stripper Medium-fine steel wool Chemical gloves Lacquer thinner Fine steel wool 220 grit sand paper Finishing sander 3 thinner applying brushes Tack cloth Soft cloth Quality stain application brush 4-0 steel wool polyurethane (semigloss or desired) soft cloth

Stripping old and applying new stain to a tabletop. Materials needed: Thick paste stripper Metal scraper (with rounded edges) Medium-fine steel wool Medium steel wool Liquid stripper Medium-fine steel wool Chemical gloves Lacquer thinner Fine steel wool 220 grit sand paper Finishing sander 3 thinner applying brushes Tack cloth Soft cloth Quality stain application brush 4-0 steel wool polyurethane (semigloss or desired) soft cloth

DIY Farmhouse table - this with pre-made legs seems easiest and most moveable @Courtney Baker Baker McKelvie

DIY Farmhouse table - this with pre-made legs seems easiest and most moveable @Courtney Baker Baker McKelvie

Here’s the breakdown of how I refinished the table. Here it is before, in all of its honey oak glory: I had been looking for a “farmhouse” type table forever, but I knew that I wanted to find a cheap one that I could refinish. I liked the chunky legs and the table top on...Continue Reading

Here’s the breakdown of how I refinished the table. Here it is before, in all of its honey oak glory: I had been looking for a “farmhouse” type table forever, but I knew that I wanted to find a cheap one that I could refinish. I liked the chunky legs and the table top on...Continue Reading

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