Wooden furniture can eventually lose some of its charm. You can wax the furniture of course, but nothing is more fun to breathe new life into it.
- Lacquer primer
- Lacquer mat
- Thin lacquer roller
- Sandpaper (120 grit paper)
- Dry cloth
- Masking tape
Step-by-step plan for painting wooden furniture
- As always, start by degreasing the piece of furniture.
- Aren’t you going to paint the whole piece of furniture? Then tape the parts you want to keep in the current way.
- Then sand the furniture with sandpaper.
- After sanding, it is important to dust the wooden piece of furniture. You can just do this with a dry cloth.
- Start by applying the primer.
- Let the primer dry thoroughly before you start working with the lacquer.
- It is best to apply two layers for the right coverage. Again, it is wise to let the first layer of lacquer dry thoroughly.
- Sand the wooden furniture again after the first coat of varnish. Then dust it again and you are ready for the second layer.
- Then apply the second layer and let the wooden furniture dry thoroughly.