How to Makeover a Piano With Paint
Then apply one coat of a water-based primer. I used a combination of brush and foam roller application. A brush is best for the spots with cracks or irregular contours. Then go over it with the foam roller to make sure that it’s nice and smooth.
Time to Paint!Now it’s time to paint! I personally prefer to apply my paint with a good quality brush. This time around I used a product that I added to the paint to help ensure there are no brush lines. It’s called Floetrol and it can be added directly into your paint container per the directions. Stir it up and you are ready to go!I applied two coats of Sherwin-Williams Iron Ore paint to the piano. Dry time was approximately 1 to 2 hours in between coats.
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- Sanding block (Home Depot)
- Floetrol (Home Depot)
- SW Iron Ore Paint Sample (Sherwin Williams)
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