MariannNOVA Posted January 15, 2012 Share Posted January 15, 2012 (edited) if you wanted to paint a piece of oak furniture (an old piece - you know, with those wheels on the bottom), and have it in the room looking functional and gorgeous in no time at all, HOW WOULD YOU DO IT? I saw a piece at Re-Store yesterday -- I am thinking no for milk paint (which I have totally botched before). I really want to simply go to Sherwin Williams, select a 'sample' (their samples are ample) of a color that coordinates with my dining room - or just go with black- prep the piece and paint away. I know I already asked this: Do I have to sand alot -- or can I get away with not sanding (probably not, right?) and prime, and if I prime, KILZ, right? i've read about Liquid Sandpaper. Has anyone used it? Thoughts about it? And stay tuned, I need help re-arranging the living room furniture. Last time house was on the market, folks did not care for the way the room was configured and it hurt us alot (not emotionally, ;) but from a first impression point of view). Edited January 15, 2012 by MariannNOVA Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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