Another pinner wrote: Just used this for repainting a table. No sanding needed. Use a cloth to rub on, and it takes off gloss and makes a rough surface for paint to adhere to. Worked great. Was easy and fast. Got it at Home Depot for less than $7... Used this a few years ago for the hubby's old dressers and it worked great!

Another pinner wrote: Just used this for repainting a table. No sanding needed. Use a cloth to rub on, and it takes off gloss and makes a rough surface for paint to adhere to. Worked great. Was easy and fast. Got it at Home Depot for less than $7... Used this a few years ago for the hubby's old dressers and it worked great!

Mix together 3/4 cup of canola/olive oil and 1/4 cup vinegar to repair damaged wood. Dip a rag in it and simply swipe. The after shot of this is amazing!

Mix together 3/4 cup of canola/olive oil and 1/4 cup vinegar to repair damaged wood. Dip a rag in it and simply swipe. The after shot of this is amazing!

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

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

pinner says: If you're new to painting, I would HIGHLY recommend visiting All Things Thrifty and read her post Painting Furniture 101. This is where I started and I am sooo thankful for this post to set me in the right direction.

pinner says: If you're new to painting, I would HIGHLY recommend visiting All Things Thrifty and read her post Painting Furniture 101. This is where I started and I am sooo thankful for this post to set me in the right direction.

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