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Makeover on a 1950 End Table

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Share my makeover of a 1950 end table by using a products that requires no sand, chalk, wax, or prime. The best part no brush strokes. I love the end results and the velvet feel of this paint.
  • makeover on a 1950 end table, painted furniture
I spray a "Ready" to prepare the end table for paint. This product leaves a squeaky clean surface.
  • makeover on a 1950 end table, painted furniture
This table only took two coats and drying time was quick. Just like the name Velvet Finishes this product goes on smooth, easy to use, and feels like velvet to the touch when dry.
  • makeover on a 1950 end table, painted furniture
Once the paint was dried, I applied two coats of the "Protect" which is a poly-acrylic. This product left a satin sheen and dries quickly too. The best part no brush storks marks.

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