9 Ways to Refinish Wooden Furniture

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Chalk Paint

You may be wondering how chalk paint is different from any other kind of paint, and the answer is that it might just make your life easier.

Liz Marie Galvan blogs about home decor and redoing furniture and she provides a recipe for making your own chalk paint, which can be applied to furniture without sanding or priming the wood. The paint is thick, which means it goes a long way, and it also dries quickly.

Galvan’s tutorial explains how she mixed up a batch of paint using flat paint and unsanded grout and then applied it to an old, beat-up dresser, resulting in a clean, white finish.

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  1. Refinish the old wooden furniture is indeed a very good idea. Wooden made furniture is best among all furniture materials. While you refinishing your wooden furniture, you probably thinking about paint and stains. Thanks Kathryn for posting this amazing guide here.

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