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  • Jacqueline Thomas

    DIY Woodfloor Painting via bgh.com

  • Lucas Ritchie

    Update Old Floors with #floor interior #floor interior design| http://modernfloordesign.blogspot.com

  • Sabrina Parcher

    Paint Wood Floors To paint a wood floor, clean & sand the surface filling any cracks with wood filler, then apply an oil-base sealer. Use either oil-base or latex paint. Alkyd or modified epoxy latex porch & floor paint is a good choice for high-traffic areas. A polyurethane coating (a type of varnish) will help protect painted floors. Use a water-base varnish cuz oil-base varnishes yellow over time. Use a roller w/a long handle to cover large floor areas, but a brush is ok for small areas

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Floors were first stained then Segreto painted the design with Sherwin Williams acrylic floor paint, which was then coated with two layers of polyurethane.

Painted wood floor: fill in any large gouges or scrapes, and sand the entire floor lightly. you can use nearly any paint on the floor, but if you're concerned about it rubbing off with traffic, talk to the people in the paint store/department. you can also get clear acrylic sealer to paint over the floor once it's dried and once cured, it'll protect the paint job.

How to properly paint wood furniture: If the surface is already painted or varnished, remove dirt or wax buildup with a household cleaner and rinse. Sand rough areas and wipe away dust with a tack cloth. Apply two coats of stain-blocking primer and allow it to dry between coats. Roll or brush on two coats of latex paint in the direction of the wood grain. Use a brush to finish the surface with smooth strokes. For furniture or cabinetry that will receive heavy use (like kitchen cabinets that are opened on a daily basis), it's a good idea to seal the finish with two coats of polyurethane.