Published at Wednesday, November 21st 2018. by Deborah Dickerson in End Table.
I love furniture at thrift stores and yard sales. The other people will just consider a lost cause, and this has so much potential. I'm planning to give this a two-tone distressed finish, and when I'm done with it, it's going to look amazing. Here's what you're going to need for this project, one quart of weathered gray staying one quart of Kona stain both of those are from rust-oleum they're, really great you're, also going to need a drop cloth, gloves. Lint-Free rags stir, stick poly a fine 220 grit sandpaper and a high bristle brush.
The very first step in this transformation is to sand it really. Well, that's why I brought in the big gun to help me out. That's what I do once you're a table is completely sanded you're going to want to make sure it's completely dust free and then, with a lip, free rag apply the weather, gray stain to the sanded areas. Let it soak in for a few minutes, then wipe away the excess with the fresh rag. Allow that stain to dry for one hour after your stain is dry.
It's time to give this piece a little bit more personality, you do it with 220 sandpaper and you're going to want to hit all of the curved edges in the corners in many places. You want to add a little distressed. Look next remove any dust from sanding and apply your darker state, I'm going to use a shade of stain, that's called Kona, it's my favorite, it's really dark and rich, and it makes the little-distressed areas pop so you're going to want to put on the layer. Let soak in for about 30 seconds and then wipe off the excess. Let your project dry for one hour and if you want to protect the gorgeous finish, and you should give it a coat of rust-oleum poly earth when you're done. No one is going to believe that this is the same table. That is what I love about DIY projects.
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