A blog about refinishing furniture. Read about refinishing pine, mahogany, oak, leather, teak, maple furniture. Learn how-to repair, paint, stain, antique, whitewash, faux finish, waterproof, and crackle paint wood furniture.

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Latest Blog Posts for Refinishing Furniture

  • Three Great Projects to Add Some Fun to a Child’s Room
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Often we look to toys and videogames to entertain our children, forgetting that a kid can find entertainment in everything from the trees whipping past the car window to the box that housed that overly expensive toy. We should encourage imagination a...
  • The Differences Between Paint And Stain
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Many think paint and stain have the same characteristics because Both protect and add color to your furniture. However, there are many differences between paint vs. stain, from their appearance to their ability to protect the wood.// // // ]]> Wh...
  • How To Spray Paint Furniture
    on Jan 1, 1970
    All furniture, no matter what material it’s made of, deteriorates over time. Other times, even if it hasn’t deteriorated yet, it becomes old and boring looking. Spray painting furniture is one way to bring it back to life. It’s not hard to spra...
  • Choosing The Best Paint For Your Furniture
    on Jan 1, 1970
    We all want our furniture to look its best after refinishing it. One way to do this is by getting educated before attempting to paint. The best paint for furniture must be compatible with the type of furniture you are going to paint or you may run in...
  • Whitewashing Furniture
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Whitewashing furniture is done to brighten and protect the furniture and to bring out the wood grain’s pattern. It gives your furniture a semi-transparent and wax-like coating which gives it more texture. It can also be referred to as pickling, lim...
  • How To Crackle Paint Furniture
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Crackle painting is one way to antique furnitureand give it an old worn look. It can be done from the comfort of your  home with only a few tools and paint supplies. Please follow the steps below to learn how to crackle paint furniture.// // // ]]&#...
  • Repairing Patio Furniture with Furniture Repair Kits
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Summer has finally arrived, so, it’s a good time to start thinking about how your yard and patio look. Ugly patio furniture can be a direct reflection of the upkeep in your home. Broken outdoor furniture is not only ugly, but it can be dangerous to...
  • The Differences Between Enamel And Lacquer
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Finishes are used to protect your furniture or to make them look beautiful. There are many different types of finishes that you can use on different kinds of furniture. It is important to know the differences between them because some finishes won’...
  • How to Varnish Wood
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Varnishing wood can produce beautiful and durable results when used correctly. It will not only make your furniture look more appealing, but also make it last longer. However, varnishing is not as easy as you may think. There are many considerations...
  • Types of Paint Bristles, Paint Brushes, Pads and Rollers
    on Jan 1, 1970
    There are many ways to apply paint to furniture. Each has its own advantage and disadvantage against the other. Read our guide below to discover the difference between each type of paintbrush, paint bristle, paint roller, and paint pad. Paintbrushes...
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