How To Paint A Finished Pine Dresser

Oct 24th

Pine Dresser – If pine dresser in the bedroom no longer fits the bill. Do not run out and spend big money on brand new furniture. Instead, simply paint the Agency for a whole new looks. That can change the entire look of the bedroom. Some simple supplies from the home and garden or hardware store and a weekend full of elbow grease. Will alter the finished pine chest of drawers into a modern-bedroom accent piece

White Pine Dresser
White Pine Dresser

Spread a couple of drop cloths to work on, and to protect the floor of the room where you work to paint a finished pine dresser. Remove drawers from the finished pine dresser and put them on the drop cloth. Use a screwdriver to remove the hardware from dresser drawers. Using rags and stick to the package directions, apply furniture stripper to the main structure dresser. Let the stripper on the Agency for the suggested time (per package directions), which is normally between 10 and 20 minutes. Remove the old finish from the dresser with the scraper, working carefully so as not dig into the wood. Put some furniture stripper on a rag and rub vigorously to remove any residue after scraping. Repeat steps 2 and 3 on the dresser drawers. Let dresser and drawers an hour to dry.

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Sand the main structure of the Agency and the drawers with fine sandpaper gauge. Use a clean brush to brush away any dust created from sanding. Gently with your hand along the entire surface of the pine dresser, as well as all the boxes, to look for sheaves that requires further grinding. Apply the first layer of color to the office and the individual boxes. Use long, continuous strokes to cover evenly and thoroughly. Allow an hour for the paint to dry, and then examine each piece of furniture to determine whether a second time is needed. Allow up to 24 hours of drying time before you turn on the hardware for the drawers and place the boxes back to the office.