Published at Monday, March 12th, 2018 - 18:51:01 PM. Kitchen. By Evelyne Eric.
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Once you’ve finished sanding your table and chairs, it’s time for your first coat. Primer is an important part of any DIY paint project to help the paint bond to the furniture correctly. When applying the primer, make sure your coats are even and include all the details as well. If your detail work is too small for your brush, consider getting spray paint primer, to ensure every area is covered. Let the primer dry before continuing.
If you’re happy with your paint job, you could stop here. Adding a layer of polyurethane gloss finish is completely optional. It’s helpful to protect your paint job against spills and chips, adding a finished look to your DIY project. It’s best to use a brush specifically for polyurethane or varnish to avoid unsightly brushstrokes. Dust off the table and chairs once the paint is dry to remove any debris such as dust, pet hair or dirt. This will show through very clearly once the polyurethane is applied. Next, paint on the finish evenly and let sit.
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