How to Paint Antique Furniture to Look Good

Antique furniture you added a touch of class to any room instantly. Unfortunately, the cost of these parts so beautiful can instantly empty your wallet and hope that they grow old alone can take years. These problems do not have to remain an obstacle. Aging techniques faux painting are easy to use and attachments are available at most hardware stores. The aging of furniture is simple. This step by step guide will show you how to use faux painting to create a beautiful antique furniture. To see awesome pieces, homevil furniture will show you.

Instructions

Ensures it with masking tape. Clean the furniture. Make sure you are completely free of any dust or grime. Allow to dry before starting. Ponte protective gloves. Apply a good amount of acrylic craft paint. Make sure it all surfaces are covered antique furniture. Allow to dry.

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Spray an even coat of acrylic sealer. Apply approximately six inches from the surface. Allow the sealer to dry completely. Apply the aged with the cloth color. Covers small sections at a time. Immediately use paper towels to remove excess material. Details of the cabinet shall be possible to appreciate through the enamel. Continue this process until all the furniture was covered. Let dry and spray a second coat of sealer antique furniture.

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