Primer after dresser

Don't worry about it looking particularly even (primer never tends to anyway just ensure you don't apply it too thickly and get drips. Let dry for the amount of time specified by your particular product (usually 4-6 hours). All primed. Note: I used a primer with "knot block" specifically for knotty pine, which is meant to stop dresser the resin from the wood knots seeping through the paint later on. If your wood isn't dark or knotty, a regular primer is.

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Primer after dresser

I know some of us at Apartment Therapy have strong views on painting wooden furniture, particularly (gasp!) painting it white.

Primer after dresser

If painting the drawer pulls, come up with a way of keeping them from touching other surfaces. 8. Assemble After.

Primer after dresser

You don t want to use a water-based paint over an oil-based paint, however. 6. Varnish This step is technically.

Primer after dresser

Have extra paint from painting your dresser? Paint your front door, too! So on a sunny Saturday a few weeks.

Primer after dresser

Don t worry about it looking particularly even (primer never tends to anyway just ensure you don t apply it.

Primer after dresser

Whether you paint the back, drawer sides, or just what you see from the front of the piece is up.

Primer after dresser

Once everything is smooth, clean all surfaces with a damp cloth, and allow to dry before continuing. Note: If your.

Primer after dresser

Sand Begin by dismantling the chest of drawers as much as you can, removing the drawers and unscrewing pulls and.

Primer after dresser

Allow each coat to dry completely before moving onto the next one, and sand the surfaces very lightly with a.

Primer after dresser

1. Gather Your Tools In a well-ventilated area, gather together your supplies. For this project, I used: A drop cloth.

Primer after dresser

As with the paint, you want to use long strokes in one direction only. After the coat has dried, lightly.