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To paint wood furniture, sand the wood surfaces using sandpaper, and apply spray primer before painting. You need spray primer, a paint brush, sandpaper, a damp cloth and paint to complete this task. More »

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Tips for painting veneer furniture include preparing the surface by sanding, applying a primer and painting with the top coat. If the veneer is in poor shape and applied over solid wood, remove the layer, and proceed wit... More »

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Tips for spray painting furniture include starting with a clean, smooth surface, removing hardware, priming the surface, choosing appropriate conditions and maintaining consistent spraying. Using several thin layers of s... More »

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To finish unfinished wood furniture, remove the hardware on the piece, and sand the wood with coarse sandpaper followed by fine-grit sandpaper. Clean the piece to remove any dust, and apply wood conditioner if the wood i... More »

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To paint outdoor wood furniture, you need paint, primer, a good quality paintbrush, putty, sandpaper and a tack cloth. This job will take several hours, including drying time. More »

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A good way to paint wood furniture is making sure that the surface of the furniture is relatively clean, even and free of cracks. If the surface has flaws, sand, fill and prime it before applying the fresh coat of paint. More »

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Oil-based paint should be used to cover finished solid wood furniture. To ensure an even and long-lasting paint job, the wood must be properly prepared. More »

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