Refinished French Provincial | High Gloss Furniture | Automotive Paint

One day I was fine painting with chalk paint and putting satin and matte finishes on things, then Lisa comes back from a Texas flea market with the most beautiful, glossy, blue dresser you’ve ever seen. I decided that very day that I had to figure this out, and give auto paint a whirl.
What I Used
Clear Coat

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2 questions
  • Amy Rich
    on Mar 4, 2019

    Did you spray this on?

  • Donna
    on Mar 6, 2019

    Yes, automotive paint, that comes in spray Cans, right? I've only ever seen the tiny"touch up" bottles.

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  • Mary
    on Mar 2, 2019

    love the finish daft question it looks like you sprayed it on by the pictures do you know how it looks just painted thanks

  • Karen
    on Mar 31, 2019

    I love it! Would have never in a million years thought about using auto paint. Very clever.

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