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THIS is the primer to use when spray painting furniture. Literally no sanding required, and no bumpy sand paper feel after the primer has dried.

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How to Remove Paint From Hardware

hot water paint stripping


Southern Revivals

Southern Revivals - tons of amazing DIY furniture redos. Also benefits of different spray paint brands.

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Coconut oil refinishes and rehydrates old wood furniture AND removes bad odors.

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How to Paint Furniture Without Stripping First

How to Paint Furniture Without Stripping First. I will need to know how to do this when I repaint furniture.

How to refinish furniture without sanding. So glad I found this. I hate sanding!

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Painting Tips: How to Paint Faster

Before painting use a liquid deglosser instead of sanding

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Makeover Monday - Mercury Glass

Great way to transform some Goodwill lamps: Krylon’s Looking Glass spray paint, which dries into a mirror-like finish. I need to try this!

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Things I found in my Pond And how to paint a lampshade

How to paint a lampshade. If the lamp already has color to it paint it with white primer (Kilz) then use the color of your choice. You can also use stencils easily for a pattern if you use spray paint!

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How to reupholster a chair {tutorial + video

how to reupholster a wingback chair - NO SEW! one large piece of fabric....

LIttle Green Notebook recommends Design Master gold medal, "I used to swear by only Rustoleum's Metallic line in brass, but I'm glad that I'm broadening my horizons with the Design Master gold. I think it's a little less sparkly than the Rustoleum, which I definitely prefer."

1 hula hoop (spray painted) + 2 strings of icicle lights and a bit o' duct tape = magnificent chandelier for the outdoor dining/socializing area