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wood furniture spray paint
    wood furniture
  • Eco friendly green furniture made of reclaimed wood and recycled teak.
    spray paint
  • Paint that is contained in an aerosol can for the purpose of spraying onto a surface
  • paint applied with a spray gun
  • Spray painting is a painting technique where a device sprays a coating (paint, ink, varnish, etc.) through the air onto a surface. The most common types employ compressed gas—usually air—to atomize and direct the paint particles.
  • Aerosol paint (also called spray paint) is a type of paint that comes in a sealed pressurized container and is released in a fine spray mist when depressing a valve button. A form of spray painting, aerosol paint leaves a smooth, evenly coated surface, unlike many rolled or brushed paints.
wood furniture spray paint - Krylon 2421
Krylon 2421 Fusion Spray Paint, Satin Black
Krylon 2421 Fusion Spray Paint, Satin Black
Discover this revolutionary paint for plastic--Krylon Fusion. This top-selling paint is the first of its kind that bonds directly to most plastics. Turn a treasured toy into something new again. Get many more years of enjoyment out of your outdoor patio furniture. And don't waste that waste paper basket--simply give it a new coat of paint. No sanding, no priming, no fuss.Krylon Fusion dries in 15 minutes or less and is fully chip resistant in 7 days. Every can of Krylon Fusion features an EZ Touch Fan Spray Nozzle. In addition to plastic, use Fusion on ceramic, plaster, glass, hard vinyl, metal, paper, papier mache, wicker, and wood.Fusion Spray Paint for Plastic comes in 12 oz. spray cans.

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21-Almighty-Plant-Stand-www.thriftstoreremix.wordpress.com
21-Almighty-Plant-Stand-www.thriftstoreremix.wordpress.com
:::::::::::: The ReMix (Mission Style) This was a great Thrift Store Find. When we saw the piece it looked crappy. It had tons of scratchs, a "poop" colored finish and multicolored table tops. There are many guidelines to select great peices. First we look for unique pieces. Take a look. Where else can you find a unique piece like this one. Second, the bones must be great. This piece is made of "Sold" wood; it's heavier that it appears in the pictures. Lastly, price is key. This piece cost 4 bucks. The ReMix objective was to apply a new an refreshing finish to the peice. We accomplished the goal by sanding, sanding and more sanding. Additionally, we were interested in including a mission style element to the table tops. We accomplished the using a masking technique. It took lots of elbow grease and patience to complete the project. The outcome was more than we had hoped for. Derrick :::: Chief Remixologist _________________________________________________________ Please click here to view all project pictures (Total pictures = 31) Please click here to view all project pictures (Total pictures = 31) ::::::::::::: ReMix MaTerIals LIsT $ 4.00 – Plant Stand (Local Thrift Store) $ 5.00 – Painters Masking Tape (Local Hardware Store) $ 6.00 – Black Flat Spray Paint (Local Hardware Store) $ 7.00 – Stone Textured Paint (Local Hardware Store) $ 7.00 - Wood Stain (Local Hardware Store) ———- $ 29.00 - Grand Total (I love this stuff!!) Note: If you already have some of the materials in your workshop, the actual cost will be lower that our estimates. :::::::::::: ReMix StEpS Stand (1) Disassemble the pieces (2) Sand the pieces starting with a 60 grit paper to remove the finish End with a 220 fine grit paper to give it a smooth feel (3) Reassemble the pieces (4) Apply three coats of wood stain to give it a beautiful finish Table Tops (1) Remove table tops and place them on the work surface (2) Apply at least two coats of the black flat spray paint and allow it to dry throughly. The black paint is an undercoat. When the tops are completed the black paint will appear as lines. (3) Using a laser level, masking tape was applied to the top according to our Mission Style design. (4) Apply at least three coats of the stone textured spray paint and allow it to dry throughly. (5) Remove the masking tape to reveal the Mission Style design eassemble the pieces (6) Reinstall table tops ::::::Fin
20-Almighty-Plant-Stand-www.thriftstoreremix.wordpress.com
20-Almighty-Plant-Stand-www.thriftstoreremix.wordpress.com
:::::::::::: The ReMix (Mission Style) This was a great Thrift Store Find. When we saw the piece it looked crappy. It had tons of scratchs, a "poop" colored finish and multicolored table tops. There are many guidelines to select great peices. First we look for unique pieces. Take a look. Where else can you find a unique piece like this one. Second, the bones must be great. This piece is made of "Sold" wood; it's heavier that it appears in the pictures. Lastly, price is key. This piece cost 4 bucks. The ReMix objective was to apply a new an refreshing finish to the peice. We accomplished the goal by sanding, sanding and more sanding. Additionally, we were interested in including a mission style element to the table tops. We accomplished the using a masking technique. It took lots of elbow grease and patience to complete the project. The outcome was more than we had hoped for. Derrick :::: Chief Remixologist _________________________________________________________ Please click here to view all project pictures (Total pictures = 31) Please click here to view all project pictures (Total pictures = 31) ::::::::::::: ReMix MaTerIals LIsT $ 4.00 – Plant Stand (Local Thrift Store) $ 5.00 – Painters Masking Tape (Local Hardware Store) $ 6.00 – Black Flat Spray Paint (Local Hardware Store) $ 7.00 – Stone Textured Paint (Local Hardware Store) $ 7.00 - Wood Stain (Local Hardware Store) ———- $ 29.00 - Grand Total (I love this stuff!!) Note: If you already have some of the materials in your workshop, the actual cost will be lower that our estimates. :::::::::::: ReMix StEpS Stand (1) Disassemble the pieces (2) Sand the pieces starting with a 60 grit paper to remove the finish End with a 220 fine grit paper to give it a smooth feel (3) Reassemble the pieces (4) Apply three coats of wood stain to give it a beautiful finish Table Tops (1) Remove table tops and place them on the work surface (2) Apply at least two coats of the black flat spray paint and allow it to dry throughly. The black paint is an undercoat. When the tops are completed the black paint will appear as lines. (3) Using a laser level, masking tape was applied to the top according to our Mission Style design. (4) Apply at least three coats of the stone textured spray paint and allow it to dry throughly. (5) Remove the masking tape to reveal the Mission Style design eassemble the pieces (6) Reinstall table tops ::::::Fin

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