We may normally want to sell and get rid of our old furniture. But, remember, you can have a brand new furniture with a little hand effort.
If you are still thinking about giving a cheap deal to a second-hand dealer, think again what you can do, else, with those.
I thought the same. Until I see how wonderful renewals can be made under the headings of DIY on the internet. When I first read the articles on this subject, I did not see myself lucky enough to be able to accomplish these tasks. But over time I persuaded myself to renew my own furniture as I realized how successful handmade works might be done on my own.
I first ask myself this question: Can I really use my creativity on these old items at home? Do I want to use my creativity? Am I afraid of failing?
I wanted to answer all these questions myself and sincerely respond to myself. What I discovered after these questions was that I really wanted to be in such a struggle, but I realized I could not get to work because I was afraid of failure.
I made a quick decision, and now I was convinced myself that I would do the restoration work on my own, along with the resources I read on the internet, no matter what the consequences are. I really wanted to gain my furniture back and make a living with a new and vibrant color.
I decided to use some Country Gray for the paint I prepared before the furniture painting and I diluted it with a few tablespoons of water.
Using this mixture, I rubbed the parts of the paint. After waiting a few hours, I added Country Gray to the dry area. In particular, the Country Gray of Annie Solan has a different and pleasant tone than ordinary greens. It has a green color, approaching a greenish tone that you can catch a very authentic atmosphere.
After I implement the first layer, I waited a little drying time, and I took a thin layer of paint on my brush and went over the first layer of paint again.
I cannot say that my work is finished after two layers of paint, because I come on strong for the third layer, which has a white paint color that is more important and visually predominant than these two layers. I started to work on wet layer for the last layer. With a wet sandpaper, you can give your furniture a special look without removing the entire paintwork. With a wet sandpaper, you can scratch the parts to get a perfect look. I learned all of these proposals on the internet. The Internet is really full of ideas that are waiting to be discovered for such hobbies.
I did a superficial dust cleaning work to clean the closet before I started this work, but I did not need a complete cleaning. You can even add extra sand to the surface and the grainy pattern that appears during painting is also very nice.
I am very happy because of this experience and I have different ideas that I would like to try in my future studies. I cannot wait to apply these ideas and share the results with you.