Here is a good video on this topic:
Please consider popping by this bloggers website for her wonderful furniture rehabs. She uses chalk paints. She details useful repair products, techniques and has a nice result. Many of her furniture items are from the thrift store or furniture pieces donated to her. She also has tips for removing furniture odors and how to treat the interior drawers. She obtains a lot of her hardware from Hobby lobby. Usually you can find a discount coupon for hobby lobby.
Here’s a dresser that she recently completed will give you an idea of how to take challenged furniture pieces that need a bit of repair before painting. As well as including a link below of all of her projects and a gallery fashion.
Best wishes with your furniture rehab.
Hope this helps you, what a beautiful piece she has, fusion mineral fusion paint can be distressed too:
Amazon has some:
Hi Lisa, I hope this helps you out,
I use a rag and it works great with mineral paint.
Here is some info to help you. https://youtu.be/9Lom5uBRUr8
Hi Lisa, hope this information helps you paint your furniture with mineral paint.
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Not any different than painting. If you want the piece to look older use two coats and scuff edges with fine sandpaper in several places and use a little antiquing wax on places around knobs and edges where fingers were likely to have touched it over the years. Antiquing was will DARKEN, so use very sparingly by just adding a tiny dot on a rag and spreading.
Here is info on using mineral paint on furniture
Here is how to prep/paint it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdrEUE7gRko
Hi! Just saw this and hope it helps: