After spray painting furniture, sand back the edges with a palm sander, and then apply stain to those areas with a cotton swab. Sprays Painting, Black Painting, Painted Furniture, Old Furniture, Painting Furniture, Distressed Furniture, Spray Paint Chair, Gel Stains, Spray Painting
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An awesome tip on distressing furniture without mess or fumes....all you need is spray paint, sandpaper and furniture marker!!!!
Simple and Cheap Homemade Method to Refinish Wooden Furniture Olive or Vegetable Oil – About ¾ cup White or Apple Cider Vinegar – About ¼ cup Just mix together and dip a rag into the mixture. Then, just wipe your furniture down with it.
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.